The World's Top 100 Airports - 2015
U.S.S. Gerald Ford, will cost taxpayers $13 billion. We already have ten carrier strike groups, and each includes a bunch of other ships with a support staff 7,500. Cost just for salaries? $2.5 billion/strike group, or $25 billion for all ten. The Navy wants 11. I think three is enough, as they are essentially obsolete anyway. They are now only useful for posturing and aiding natural disasters. Pardon me, but terrorism is just not compelling enough to increase the defense budget when there are other more important priorities, like maybe better airports, bridges and the like.
The Silver Kris Lounge rivals Lufthansa's, with better service. The Lufthansa lounge, though, drives you to the plane in a Mercedes or BMW.
While the First Lounge of United Air at level 2 in Narita is modest in cuisine, the United Club below is always overcrowded. I've been upstairs as the only guest, and the place can seat a couple of hundred.
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