Video: Qatar Airways Passengers Strip In 100-Degree Heat As Air Conditioning Fails On Tarmac

Jun 12 2024

Passengers on a Qatar Airways flight from Athens to Doha went to extreme lengths to regulate their body temperatures as the Boeing 777 sat for 3 hours on the tarmac in Athens on Monday while the plane’s air conditioning systems failed to function along with other systems.

With 100 degree temperatures in the cabin, passengers began to strip off their clothes. Footage from the plane showed passengers fanning themselves and each other, drenched in sweat. Some even appeared to pass out due to dehydration.

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How American Airlines Flight Attendants May Hand The Election To Donald Trump

Jun 12 2024

If this plays out as the union hopes – released to strike, and (assuming the company doesn’t fold to their demands) actually striking – American Airlines flight attendants could elect Donald Trump as President.

Without getting into debates of whom you wish to see win the election, I point this out because it’s likely not whom they wish to see as President on the whole.

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7 Simple Ways to Meet Minimum Spending on a Credit Card Without Breaking a Sweat

Jun 12 2024

There’s no quicker and easier way to earn a large amount of miles quickly than with a new credit card.

It’s not super complicated and you probably have access to more spending that you can put on a credit card than you think — so it’s far less daunting to meet credit card minimum spending requirements than you think in order to earn an initial card bonus.

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Desperate Migrants: Over 100 Refugees Living At Boston Airport Baggage Claim With No Place To Go

Jun 12 2024

More than a hundred migrants are now living at Boston Logan Airport baggage claim, creating a makeshift community using limited blankets as mattresses. The baggage claim refugee camp began earlier this year but has grown with migrants arriving at “at all hours.”

Migrants are transported to state welcome centers each day, but then brought back to the airport by nightfall since state shelters are at capacity – to live in a cold environ with hard floors, bright lights and loud announcements.

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