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Newark Airport to begin Ebola screening

Newark Airport will join a handful of airports that will begin screening for Ebola next week.  Temperature check and Questionnaire about your whereabouts are the primary protocols.   12 more words

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Finding the Entrance to Hell

Contrary to popular belief the entrance to hell is NOT Newark Airport; nor is it in a hidden parking lot at LAX; nor does the entrance to hell exit in Hinesville, GA Though these are all probable possibilities, their designations as such is not even close, even if closely feeling like it. 368 more words


Ebola prompts talk of enhanced screening at U.S. airports

(CNN) – Screening could soon be increased at U.S. airports because of the Ebola outbreak, officials said Sunday.

“All options are on the table for further strengthening the screening process here in the U.S., and that includes trying to screen people coming in from Ebola-affected countries with temperature checks,” a federal official said. 1,427 more words


Sick passenger pulled from flight at Newark does not have Ebola: Hospital

NEWARK, N.J. (PIX11) — A hospital spokesperson says the sick passenger on board a United Airlines flight from Brussels that made an emergency landing at Newark Liberty International Airport on Saturday does not have Ebola. 253 more words


Disappointments and Delays: Day 11 of Italy

The final day of our trip to Italy was full of disappointments and delays. Our five-star hotel experience fizzled out with a so-so breakfast in a very crowded room delivered by a waitstaff that looked annoyed to be there. 387 more words


Passenger Speaks Out About Airline Reclining Seat Dispute

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The businessman whose dispute with a fellow airline passenger over a reclined seat sparked a national debate about air-travel etiquette says he’s embarrassed by the way the confrontation unfolded and that he regrets his behavior. 1,065 more words


An Airport Welcome

So I’ve left my Dad in recovery in Pennsylvania from his August 9 heart failure. After two weeks there, it was time to leave: I could do no more, and I couldn’t stay forever of course. 249 more words