Airlines Articles

Airlines Required to Inspect Airbus Rudders

The FFA has said that airlines in the U.S. will be required to inspect the rudders of certain Airbus jets.

Airlines Forced to Compensate Passengers

New EU regulations force European airlines to compensate passengers for cancelled or delayed flights.

Continental Airlines Board Cuts Pay

Continental Airlines’ board of directors has agreed to reduce its pay to aid the airline’s effort to cut costs.

Ethiopian Airlines to Purchase Dreamliners

Ethiopian Airlines is buying up to 10 Boeing 787 Dreamliner passenger planes which will make the airline the first Africa-based operator of that model.

American Airlines Guarantees Savings Through Web Site

American Airlines is guaranteeing customers the lowest fares available for their flights by puchasing tickets through AA.com.

Delta Loses Billions and Billions

Well, it’s actually just $2.2 billion. But, that’s just for a 3 month period ending December 31st. What is going on with Delta …

Legal Pitfalls of Employee Blogging
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Very good article on BBC News Online today on the pros and cons of blogging in the workplace.

Web Accessibility: Making your Pages Friendly to People with Disabilities

Did you know that nearly 20 percent of all Web users have some form of disability?

“Making your site accessible for all is a matter of courtesy, is good business practice, and is not difficult,” explains Robert Roberts, a professional SEO who owns the SEO Toolbox (http://www.seotoolbox.com).

In fact, Roberts believes that Web accessibility issues are so important that he’s been having monthly chat sessions on the subject for students at the Academy of Web Specialist (http://www.onlinewebtraining.com/courses.html). He’s also created a special section of his Web site that’s devoted to accessibility issues (http://www.seotoolbox.com/htmlchat/accessibility.html).