Lewis N Clark Featherlight Packing Aids
Called the Featherlight line, these packing aids are made of rip-stop nylon and weigh virtually nothing. They are offering cubes, expandable cubes, sacs and toiletry bags. Each is available in three sizes and three colors
One thing this line has over the similar sized Eagle Creek Specter line is that Lewis N. Clark’s cubes and sacs have a mesh window so you can see inside
Lewis N. Clark sent me a few for review. I liked them enough to actually buy a few more.
They are currently on sale at Amazon.
Starting March 1 of 2015, Delta will offer five classes of service. Two types of economy, economy plus, and two versions of first class. The only real change I see is the new “basic economy” class, the cheapest tickets, that will no longer allow advanced seat assignments.
The first class services are really divided between domestic and long haul international.
Delta made a chart comparing the new classes of service to make understanding this easier. You can find it here.
Last Friday, Heather Cho, a vice-president of Korean Air Lines, was sitting on their flight from JFK Airport to Seoul, South Korea as it was taxiing for takeoff.
A flight attendant served her a bowl of macadamia nuts without asking. This is against company policy. Additionally, the flight attendant didn’t take the nuts out of the small bag they came in and put them in the bowl.
Cho was so incensed that she ordered the plane back to the gate and booted the flight attendant off the plane. She didn’t seem to care if her fellow 250 passengers were inconvenienced. The plane eventually did take off and only arrived 11 minutes late.
Word spread of this over the weekend and she sort of became the brunt of many jokes–especially when it was found out that she was also the daughter of the airline’s CEO.
On Monday, Cho resigned her position and apologized. The story, however, doesn’t end there. It seems she may have broken South Korean law by ordering the plane back to the gate. Once underway, only the Captain of the aircraft has that right.
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