Monthly Archive:: December 2016

Police Say Pilot on Canadian Airline Found Passed out Drunk – ABC News

Canadian police have charged a pilot for Sunwing Airlines with impairment after he was allegedly found passed out over his seat before takeoff early Saturday. Police said the pilot boarded the Boeing 737 with 99 passengers and six crew members in Calgary, Alberta for a flight that was scheduled to make stops in Regina, Saskatchewan

ExpertFlyer Gets 2017 Cost-Cutting Tips from Top Travel Hackers

Travelers who do their research will discover ways to travel better, safer, smarter, and cheaper. New York, NY (PRWEB) December 29, 2016 According to Expedia and ARC’s annual Global Air Travel Outlook for 2017, travel hackers may not have to work quite as hard to get air travel deals in 2017. Apparently, ticket prices

Climate change: 2016 will break heat record – The Mercury News

Two days before the presidential inauguration, scientists are expected to announce that 2016 was the hottest year on earth since record-keeping began in 1880 ​— news that will test national, state and economic leadership on climate change. Even as Washington D.C. and California bundle up against winter chill, records ​will ​show that extreme heat blanketed large areas of every continent this year, pushing up average

The Swiss Stock Market Finished With A Modest Loss

The Swiss stock market ended the final trading day of 2016 with a small loss. The market got off to a weak start Friday and slipped beneath 8,200 points. The market staged a bit of a recovery in the afternoon and briefly broke through into positive territory, before slipping back into the red. Trading activity