An Unconventional Exit

Your flying experience may never be the same again, if Southwest Airlines has any say in the matter.  The carrier is testing out a pilot program at two airports, using two doors to unload passengers onto jetways as well as from the back of the plane.  The hope is to discover ways to save time at the end of a flight.  If all goes well, this new exit strategy may come to an airport near you.  Read on for more:

AT SOUTHWEST AIRLINES, TWO DOORS ARE BETTER THAN ONE

When The “Off-Limit” Tour Goes Too Far

A great tour guide offers “off-limit,” exclusive peeks inside the life and inner workings of a city or structure.  Grand Central Station guide, Dan Brucker, made a three decade long career out of doing just that.  However veteran guide, Brucker may have gone too far, offering access to the Grand Central Terminal that was deemed a little TOO off-limits for the MTA.  What do you think–was the MTA too harsh in suspending Brucker?

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