Brett Snyder

Cranky Flier

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Brett Snyder is a blogger at the Cranky Flier, a consumer air travel blog.

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The "back of the bus" has turned into the back of the plane — with discrimination based on class, social status… and money.

Will airline service ever be great again?

The "back of the bus" has turned into the back of the plane — with discrimination based on class, social status… and money.

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If you've never had a Mad Men-style cocktail or done some Space Age dining with amazing views at the Encounter restaurant in the  Theme Building  at Los Angeles International Airport,…

Cancelled Flight for LAX's Iconic Encounter Restaurant

If you've never had a Mad Men-style cocktail or done some Space Age dining with amazing views at the Encounter restaurant in the  Theme Building  at Los Angeles International Airport,…

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