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On this week's Capital Impact show, Bloomberg Government analysts will discuss the environmental impact of airlines emissions, and how the so-called "border surge" amendment will boost border security spending.
August 15, 2013
Tags: acquisition , emissions , Environment Issues , air travel , border security , sequestration , Immigration reform , contracting , Allen Scott , Matthew Hummer , Megan McArdle , Bloomberg View , Bloomberg Government , Capital Impact
Dave Ross, commentator
Sprawling transit delays from the recent blizzard are beginning to break up as the Northeast digs itself out from under feet of snow, but some are still having a hard time finding a way out of town.
Just because passengers have to go through potentially uncomfortable security checks at airports doesn't mean they should also have to put up with bad airline food. A new study from a website that analyzes diets determines the best and worst snacks in the sky.
Passengers on commercial flights may still have to pay for cocktails, snacks and headphones, but one particularly sought-after feature will be free this holiday season.
An analysis finds some fees have increased by more than 50 percent.
The new flights begin Oct. 31.
The two biggest domestic airlines -- Delta and American -- are trying to cut crowds at the counter by expanding how many mobile employees they have.
Inspectors found roaches, flies and mice at some of the catering facilities that provide the food the airlines serve.