It wouldn't even be an issue if aircraft weren't as full as they areUnited institutes obese flier rules Apr 16, 2009
The fewer bags you check, the fewer bags you loseU.S. airlines lose fewer bags Mar 02, 2009
It's both the bankruptcy case and having to respond to present industry conditionsAirline cuts may allow Southwest to cut in Jun 26, 2008
There's a profusion of miles out there; it's like funny moneyUnited cuts back on frequent flier rewards May 16, 2008
That's not chicken feed, especially when airlines are scraping around for every dollar they can raiseContinental could try partnership next Apr 29, 2008
Robert Mann (born July 19, 1920) is a musician, composer, and conductor.
He was a founding member and first violinist of the Juilliard String Quartet for 52 years, and mentor to younger generations of string musicians.
Born in Portland, Oregon, Mann began his study of the violin at age nine; at 13, he was accepted into the class of Edouard Hurlimann, concertmaster of the Portland Symphony. In 1938, he moved to New York City to enroll in the Juilliard School, where he studied violin with Edouard Dethier, composition with Bernard Wagenaar and Stefan Wolpe, and conducting with Edgar Schenkman. Mr. Mann won the prestigious Naumburg Competition in 1941 and made his New York debut two days after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Shortly after his graduation from Juilliard, he was drafted into the army.