The pilot of a grounded Air Canada flight ordered nearly two dozen pizzas for hungry passengers stuck aboard his plane for eight hours.
According to the CBC, the flight had left Toronto, Ontario, on Monday afternoon, heading towards Halifax, Nova Scotia. Before the plane arrived, however, severe weather forced it to be diverted to Fredericton, New Brunswick, where passengers were stranded on the snowy tarmac.
These emotional support animals won’t ruffle any feathers.
Popeyes announced on Tuesday that they are launching “Emotional Support Chickens” to help offset some of the stress that comes with traveling during the holidays—but it’s not exactly what you think.
It’s a train ride that begins like any other. We pass through the Fukushima, Japan, train station without fanfare, dragging our suitcases up and down escalators to reach the right platform.
Liquor store, building supply store, cannabis dispensary, taco stand—there is not a great deal, you might think to yourself, standing at the corner of Sherman Way and Varna Avenue in the San Fernando Valley, to distinguish this little slice of Los Angeles from any other.
A few months ago, I boarded a crack-of-dawn flight from New York to Portland, Oregon, wedged myself into a window seat, and tried my best to mask the disappointment when at the very last second, a person slipped into the middle.