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The airline known for quirky perks is considering showers and hot tubs for those flying business class overseas.
Still, some fliers are thankful the pests are under control.
The DOT's Web site has several flaws.
You never see a mouse or even a mosquito on an airplane. But the pesticides used to control them bring their own concerns.
A science writer spells out nine reasons why it's going to get ugly out there.