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Help Fight Cancer With Bears in the Air 2018

People who suffer from the dreaded disease known as cancer endure a long period of treatment and recovery back to good health — and for many cancer patients, much of the duration of that period of time is spent far away from home. The result is the need for affordable housing; and that should be the least of the worries of cancer patients and their families while fighting the disease.

This is where you come in: to participate in a fun initiative to help fund that temporary housing.

When you participate in Bears in the Air…

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Breaking News: Georgia Governor Signs Bill Into Law with Jet Fuel Tax Break Removed

Nathan Deal — who is the current governor of the state of Georgia — signed a $5 billion tax relief bill within the past hour on Friday, March 2, 2018 even after the removal of the portion of the bill which would have eliminated the sales and use taxes levied on jet fuel for all airlines which purchase fuel in the state of Georgia.

Delta Air Lines stood to be the biggest beneficiary to…

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Power Failure Disrupts Operations of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines — Travel Waivers Issued

“Due to a power outage at Amsterdam, some of our flight schedules may be temporarily disrupted. If you have booked a flight to, from or via Amsterdam on Wednesday 28 February 2018, please see below rebook and refund options we can offer you. These options are only valid, if you have a ticket originally issued on or before Wednesday 28 February 2018.”

That is the message which…

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Enhancements Added to Stricter Requirements for Emotional Support Animals and Service Dogs By Delta Air Lines

Since an announcement was released last month that Delta Air Lines will require all passengers traveling with service dogs, psychiatric service animals or emotional support animals to provide documentation of proof of health or vaccinations 48 hours in advance of the departure of a flight effective as of Tuesday, March 1, 2018, the airline has added enhancements to the stricter requirements.

In developing the updated requirements — which must…

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Did Delta Air Lines Turn a Protest Into an Opportunity?

Legislation in the form of a bill called House Bill 821 calls for the amendment of Title 48 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, which — if passed — will essentially eliminate the sales and use taxes levied on jet fuel for all airlines which purchase fuel in the state of Georgia; and greater than 800 students arrived at the world headquarters of Delta Air Lines yesterday, Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 10:30 in the morning to protest.

With the busiest airport in the world as its hub in Atlanta, Delta Air Lines stands to benefit the most from this legislation if…

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