In this episode we chat with Padma Lakshmi, host of the hit reality cooking competition, Top Chef. Top Chef Seattle is set to begin tomorrow on Bravo, and Padma talks with us about what it's like to host the show, some of the odder moments, and what made shooting in Seattle interesting. She also gives us some cooking and fall entertaining tips, and demonstrates the Nespresso U coffee maker. Padma even tries to school me on fall season entertaining tips so that I can up my game. Check out the full interview in this episode!
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In this episode we bring you a look at the first US-based Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. United Airlines is the first US carrier to receive the latest mid-sized craft from Boeing, and we were able to attend the unveiling and get a tour of the interior of the plane. United Airlines Senior VP of Sales, Dave Hilfman, walks us through the deal and features of the aircraft.
Yesterday morning we let you know that we'd be spending some quality time with Boeing's 787 Dreamliner, the current talk of the aviation world. While All Nippon Airways in Japan took delivery of its Dreamliner last year, we've been waiting to find out which US-based carrier would be the first to have its livery emblazoned across the fuselage of Boeing's current flagship aircraft. As it turns out, that carrier is United Airlines.
There are now different rules if you intend to fly this year with spare batteries. Here are the basics from the our ever-wary government and the FAA:
- Spare batteries are the batteries you carry separately from the devices they power. When batteries are installed in a device, they are not considered spare.
- You may not pack a spare lithium battery in your checked baggage.
- You may bring spare lithium batteries with you in carry on luggage - see our spare battery tips and how-to sections to find out how to pack spare batteries safely!
- Even though we recommend you carrying your devices with you in carry on baggage as well, if you must bring in one in checked baggage, you may check it with the batteries installed.
While all this seems a bit too obvious to us, we figure that the elementary way of explaining the rules isn’t just for the casual business traveler. Check the site for more details.
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