Type "United Airlines" into Twitter and you'll find a dormant feed with 164,867 followers and protected tweets. You'll also see a long list of angry people who've used the social media platform to unleash on the airline. #UnitedAirlines has become an all-purpose hashtag for citizens who are lookin ... More >>
Not SFO's problem come July 26...Like so many of us, San Francisco International Airport has experienced an unexpected guest who crashed at its place. Unlike us, that guest is Asiana Air Flight 214. The charred husk of the Boeing 777 -- which crash-landed on July 6, killing three and injuring ... More >>
Yes, flying can get more uncivilized. A United Airlines flight departing SFO earlier this week, bound for London, reportedly forgot to pack an important item for the non-stop 10-hour trip across the ocean: toilet paper. So along with a safety demonstration, the airline crew had to instruct passe ... More >>
A flock of United Airlines pilots will stand post at the doors of San Francisco International Airport this weekend, but not to greet frequent flyers or to help you with your carry-on. They will be there to rail on the airlines, like every other frustrated flyer. Pilots have been in contract negoti ... More >>
It was just a movie A United Airlines flight was abruptly stopped at Dulles International Airport just after noon today, and passengers were evacuated via the emergency slide, according to news reports. UA flight 757 was leaving Washington, D.C. when a pilot smelled smoke in the cabin. The pilot ... More >>
A double bass -- in a single pieceWhen musician Dave Carroll's $3,500 guitar was broken on a United Airlines flight, he did what musicians can be expected to do: He wrote a song about it. Kenneth Laxer has, to date, penned no ditties -- though he's lost a far more valuable instrument to the custo ... More >>
youridahofalls.comCome fly with me...San Franciscans stymied by the circuitous route between our fair city and Idaho Falls -- this is your lucky day. Idaho Falls Regional Airport -- a stone's throw from lovely Russ Freeman park -- was yesterday awarded a $500,000 federal grant, which looks like i ... More >>
Yes, there has been lethal airport terrorism in San Francisco -- back when this ad wasn't nostalgicThursday's all-day hijack threat at San Francisco Airport, if nothing else, illustrated how little it takes to disrupt the nation's transportation system. You don't need guns. You don't need bombs. ... More >>
First United gets everyone to refer to Gershwin's 'Rhapsody in Blue' as 'The United Airlines Song' ... and now thisUnited Airlines is facing a brewing Internet-driven PR disaster following a boy's horrible, horrible flight out of San Francisco. Julien Reid, 9, has told his parents that he w ... More >>
John Konesky is satanically good at playing guitar. He's even played the anti-Christ in past Tenacious D tours with Jack Black and Kyle Gass. Currently, he's gigging with Gass's other band, Trainwreck, whose debut full-length, The Wreckoning, came out last year. The group has an over the to ... More >>
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