Scott McCartney

airline reporter, Wall Street Journal

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Airline reporter and travel editor at the Wall Street Journal, he also writes the weekly column, The Middle Seat

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Airlines are looking into new wellness programs for ultra-long, nonstop flights, including changing menus to promote hydration.

The dirtiest spot on a plane, and how to stay healthy onboard

Airlines are looking into new wellness programs for ultra-long, nonstop flights, including changing menus to promote hydration.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Airlines are looking into new wellness programs for ultra-long, nonstop flights, including changing menus to promote hydration.

The dirtiest spot on an airplane, and tips for staying healthy onboard

Airlines are looking into new wellness programs for ultra-long, nonstop flights, including changing menus to promote hydration.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Transportation Security Administration officials were gritting their teeth over the prospect of " National Opt-Out Day " on the busiest travel day of the year.

Holiday Air Travel: Exposed Junk and Hidden Fees

Transportation Security Administration officials were gritting their teeth over the prospect of " National Opt-Out Day " on the busiest travel day of the year.

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