Boeing’s latest darling, the Dreamliner 787, will be back on its wings in U.S. air space on Monday, after battery problems left the aviation supermodel grounded for 123 days. United Airlines will this morning take on the first commercial U.S. Dreamliner flight after the grounding with a trip from Houston to Chicago, carrying more than 250 passengers, including the CEO’s of United and Boeing, according to media reports.
f the fallout from Valentine’s Day is hitting you hard, maybe it’s time to take that special vacation you’ve been planning.
According to a new Valentine’s survey commissioned by the U.S. Travel Association, traveling together will improve a couple’s sex life.
And not just during the travel period — the survey found that the romance and better sex enjoyed during travel lasts long after the trip is over.
“Couples who travel together are significantly more likely to report that their relationship is more romantic, more intimate and more balanced,” Roger Dow, president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association, said in news release.