Alaska Airlines gives travelers a taste of fall | Slide show: The renovated Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve | Tight spaces could make airliner evacuations difficult
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September 25, 2018
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Alaska Airlines gives travelers a taste of fall
Alaska Airlines gives travelers a taste of fall
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Alaska Airlines updated its first-class dining options with menu items that reflect the fall harvest season, including butternut squash risotto cakes and a breakfast platter including pumpkin Greek yogurt, fruits and cheeses. Passengers can pre-order meals via the Alaska Airlines app.
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Slide show: The renovated Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve property in Puerto Rico, is reopening soon following renovations related to damage from Hurricane Maria.
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Tight spaces could make airliner evacuations difficult
The editors of The New York Times write that airplane seats are shrinking and getting closer together even as passengers are getting larger and carrying more stuff to avoid baggage fees. The combination could make it dangerously difficult to evacuate in an emergency, they write.
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