United to offer FAs buyout, glass bottles prohibited on Las Vegas Strip, airline alliances are "fractured"
Travelers United is conducting a survey to collect information requested by DOT for their work on an upcoming regulation.
The reality is that these types of travel clubs are sophisticated and highly profitable to their owners, but risky, if not foolish, investments for most people.
Narrowbodies keep getting bigger, speed through security, glamping at the Trump
Are "best price guarantees" worth anything? They are only worth something if travelers check and claim their refunds.
Frontier launches new service from O'Hare, AA/US integrate fare codes, Newark Liberty to get upgrade
Through the rulemaking process, consumer groups prevailed and got tarmac delay rules created. Through the rulemaking process the 24-hour rule became law.
Back pain is one of the most common ailments for all adults, and it's particularly problematic for air travelers, especially in economy seating. Ned Levi has a dozen suggestions to help you reduce the problem of inflight back pain.
Splurge that are worth it at Disney World, Southwest flies BWI to Costa Rica, FAA to fine BA for illegal cargo proposal