Airport Breach: Man Illegally Enters Atlanta Airport, Evades Capture [Roundup]

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  1. The Ligma / Johnson story was hilarious at the time. Thanks for the trip down memory lane, Gary!

  2. I wonder who will buy the assets of Spirit Airlines when it goes bankrupt due to government interference.

  3. On quants can not video a pax going crazy on a plane thus the airline has no evidence that it was not the crew who beat a pax first or that the pax is the victim and that it is the crew who caused the problem. Hard pill to swallow when. An airline wants to cover their asses with independent proof. Crew do start things and when video tape in public places is not done for the wrong reason it helps more than hurts

  4. Thanks for the link to the article on the UA 321. Nice to see US-based airlines improving the experience and for once paying attention to details, such as mood lighting, proper dividers with a curtain separating business class (made of premium economy seats) from economy, a snack station and of course screens galore!

    Maybe, only maybe, flying in the USA will be a bit less miserable in the future?

  5. Crazy how someone can just slip through airport security like that, especially in ATL of all places. Makes you think twice about airport parking too, doesn’t it? Speaking of which, I’ve been using ParkingAccess for my last few trips and it’s been pretty solid. Always gotta double-check those security measures, whether it’s your car or the airport itself.

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