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The Passport blog

Air Asia X launches child-free seating

The controversial new policy, which bans children under 12 years old from a designated aeroplane Quiet Zone, has found support among many fliers.
Read more… 11 February 2013


Beyond the Headlines

Why is Atlanta the world’s busiest airport?

With more than 250,000 passengers and nearly 2,500 arrivals and departures each day, a layover at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is not uncommon.
Read more… 08 February 2013


Beyond the Headlines

New measures in airport security

Airports in the US are trialling checkpoint systems that more adeptly balance the need for effective security, passenger privacy and efficient queues.
Read more… 07 February 2013


The Passport blog

Which are the best US airports for connections?

A new survey reveals which airports travellers should avoid – and which they should seek out – when they need to change planes.
Read more… 06 February 2013


Beyond the Headlines

Rio de Janeiro brings QR codes to its streets

The Brazilian city is installing barcodes at its beaches, vistas and historic sites, allowing travellers to access information, maps, history and highlights on the ground.
Read more… 29 January 2013


The Passport blog

Air travel gets a lot more modest

The US Transportation Security Administration is scrapping its controversial full-body scanners.
Read more… 25 January 2013


Beyond the Headlines

Top sites for booking tours

Travellers can save time – and sometimes money – with several new websites that book tours or activities in advance.
Read more… 25 January 2013


Beyond the Headlines

Pay-as-you-go rental cars

Though these services were invented for locals, car share programs like Zipcar, Hertz on Demand and Car2go can also be useful for renting a vehicle in an unfamiliar destination.
Read more… 21 January 2013


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