This is a topic that doesn’t come up very often. In fact, since the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) doesn’t have jurisdiction over airline reservation systems and travel agencies, it has not been part of the overall Internet privacy discussions. Your privacy with airlines exists at the whim of the airlines with little government oversight.
Get your thinking caps on. Did you know? IPhones can be disabled if stolen. President Obama is asking for more aviation and travel taxes. These new taxes will make flying more taxed than liquor and other sin taxes. Finally, look at domestic vacations where airfares have dropped.
According to RV123.com, it is about the journey, not the destination. They created this infographic to demonstrate that there are always scenic tours nearby. Travelers across the country can find beautiful vistas and adventure that surrounds them. Here are a few suggestions.
While touting only 12 conflicting non-stop flights, AA/USAir actually overlap on connecting-flight routes between more than 760 markets
An airline ads gets dubbed best. How airlines recycle old designs. And, pay phones of the future here for your examination. Can it be true?
Revel in new technology that allows a solar-powered plane to fly from California to New York. Airlines burden passengers with increased change fees. And, airlines drop capacity to keep prices high.
This is a story about Southwest Airlines, a computer glitch and Department of Transportation (DOT) Enforcement Office actions. Though the situation involves one of the most consumer-friendly airlines, it is a lesson for all about the importance of following the airline customer complaint process.
If the airlines have their way, they would not even advertising fares for flights between here and there. They would only tell passengers the price after passengers told them who they were — rich, business traveler, older, married, student, etc.
We take a look at our planet from a new perspective, one that more tourists will be visiting in the coming years. Pilots react against the newest cutbacks in security. And, we note the surprising list of the world’s busiest airports. (Where’s the USA and Europe?)
While the FAA sequestration fiasco had been brewing, airline and pilot lobbyists together with consumer groups were furiously working behind the scenes in unprecedented unity to head off what each group saw as a possible pending disaster involving delays and misuse of earmarked aviation system funds.