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The Airbus A380 superjumbo, the largest and most expensive commercial airliner in history, turned out to be a failure, and Airbus announced this month it will stop producing the plane. For my 14-hour flight to New York from Dubai, I decided to fly business class for $US5,400 on an A380 operated by Emirates Airlines, Airbus’s biggest A380 customer. The flight was my first time flying business class. From the chauffeur service and extravagant pre-flight lounge to the inflight cocktail bar and spacious pod seat, it was unforgettable. With business class far from full on my flight, it’s clear why the A380 was not a success. As Business Insider’s senior reporter Benjamin Zhang has written, the plane is “too big, expensive, and inefficient for most operators.” With tickets costing thousands of dollars, it’s never made sense for me to fly business class. Until last week, that is, when Airbus announced that in 2021 it will stop producing the A380, … [Read more...] about I flew 14 hours nonstop in business class on the world’s biggest passenger plane, the discontinued $446 million Airbus superjumbo jet, and it was even more luxurious than I could have imagined
Graphic: The Local. With the UK parliament still gridlocked on how to find a compromise on Brexit, the likelihood of Britain exiting the European Union without a deal grows by the day. Here's what that would mean for Brits in each country. Compare your possible future rights with those of Britons elsewhere in the EU.. Should Theresa May's embattled government manage to squeeze the Withdrawal Agreement through the UK parliament, the approximately 1.3 million Britons living in Europe will have their right to reside in their host country, as well as rights to work and access to healthcare, protected by the deal. If, however, the UK stumbles out without of the bloc without agreeing a framework for the future relationship, Britons living in EU27 member states will have to rely on the terms offered to remain by their host government. Most countries have already made clear they do plan to offer British citizens some kind of protection of their current rights. Here's a breakdown of the … [Read more...] about No-deal Brexit: Country by country guide to how the rights of Britons will be affected
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Reader Center Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Reader Center | Clean, On Time and Rat-Free: 9 International Transit Systems With Lessons for New York Supported by From Tokyo to Zurich, readers told us how New York’s subway compares with the public transportation in their cities (spoiler alert: not well). ByLara Takenaga Feb. 11, 2019 What smells like a “nightclub toilet,” evokes the feeling of “an underworld” and resembles a “working museum”? That would be t The subway runs around the clock and carries millions daily across a sprawling network. But when we asked riders of public transit around the world how their systems compare, New York’s scored worse than most on several measures. [Read New Yorkers’ stories of major subway meltdowns.] Among the enviable features they described were Moscow’s … [Read more...] about Clean, On Time and Rat-Free: 9 International Transit Systems With Lessons for New York
Gina Heeb, provided by Published 8:37 am CST, Sunday, January 27, 2019 Skye Gould/Business Insider In a tweet Sunday, President Donald Trump said illegal immigration has cost the US more than $18 billion so far in 2019. In an earlier tweet in December, President Donald Trump asserted illegal immigration costs the US more than $200 billion a year. That contradicts widespread estimates, even from conservative and anti-immigration groups. It also is at odds with his own previous assertions. In a tweet Sunday, President Donald Trump said illegal immigration has cost the US more than $18 billion so far in 2019. "We are not even into February and the cost of illegal immigration so far this year is $18,959,495,168," he wrote on Twitter. "Cost Friday was $603,331,392. There are at least 25,772,342 illegal aliens, not the 11,000,000 that have been reported for years, in our Country." Previously, President Trump asserted similar claims without evidence, tweeting without … [Read more...] about Trump doubles down on dubious figures on cost of illegal immigration