Some people really enjoy taking advantage of a full flight.
At nearly 60, one might be expected to start planning for retirement. But not Katrine Haynes. The grandmother of 11 thought
All day today at my apartment, I've been hosting a meeting of the B Team, which Richard Branson co-founded last year to change the values that drive businesses, to prioritize people and planet alongside profit, and to move beyond our obsession with quarterly earnings and short-term growth. And before we started the day, I interviewed Richard at AOL's Brand Camp leadership meeting, which reminded me of a conversation he and I had in 2009, on board Virgin America's inaugural flight from San Francisco to Orange County, covering everything from space travel and global warming to marijuana and the music business.
A British woman was handcuffed after cursing at airline flight attendants who discovered her having sex in the plane's lavatory.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. What happens on the way to Vegas is apparently everyone's business, whether they want
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Branson joins several other celebrities supporting Charitybuzz’s efforts, including President Clinton, Michael Jordan, Eddie
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Even if Delta retains its corporatist image and mediocre product quality, though, the prospect of being able to accrue, redeem and enjoy benefits on Virgin Atlantic makes Delta's frequent flyer program, SkyMiles, and its alliance network, SkyTeam, much more attractive for transatlantic fliers.
British billionaire Richard Branson and his space tourism company, Virgin Galactic, have been planning flights to space since
Virgin always kicks off new routes with localized themes, this time being no different as both 2012 presidential candidates worked the aisles.
Virgin Airlines (Virgin America, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Australia) debuted "Departure Date," a short film starring Ben
To which Branson jokingly replied: "Sure. Front massage, back massage, whatever you want." During interview with CNBC on