The Queen Mary 2 has long-catered to dogs and their masters, and now even solo travelers are having their day in the sun -- or in their own staterooms, at least.
U.S. airports need to think more about passenger experience of both the two and, to a lesser extent, the four leg variety on every single level.
It appears as though horses, dogs, cows and aardvarks will have everything at the new JFK terminal except free Wi-Fi.
Nobody ever asks the dogs if they want to travel in the first place.
There's a bigger opportunity here for a third party to create an app and a smart collar that keeps owner and pet connected, no matter the airline.
Anything that gets a Republican lawmaker in D.C. to do anything other than want to slash Amtrak into non-existence makes us say "hot dog!"
The overall fatality rate -- which isn't included here -- is the true sign for how safe or not the flights were this year.
We hope they waive the room cleaning fee for new dog owners.
Passengers playing fast and loose with the rules in order to stay close to their pets and save a little money, too, further degrade the already degraded flying experience.
The new rules on airlines' disclosures on their transport of pets represents a middle ground between what animal rights advocates wanted and what carriers were willing to do. It's a step in the right direction.