Airlines appear poised to start charging more for the youngest (and often loudest) passengers. But, there are other solutions in the works to keep kids calm and quiet.
Airlines go with two-person cockpit rules, frustration with US airlines soaring, Fleet Weeks — gathering of Navy, Coast Guard, and Marines — across the country
Charlie Leocha, Chairman Travelers United, and Gordon Bethune, ex-CEO of Continental Airlines, debate the fuel costs vs. airfare issue on CNBC.
This airline is at the forefront of anti-consumer behavior. It is focused on limiting airline competition, transparency and consumer price comparison.
Hertz installs cameras in cars, travel insurance agencies can't use opt-out practices, world's greatest superhighway from Europe to the USA
Everyone loves earning frequent flier miles. Redeeming them, however, is a whole different story.
There are times when using miles is simple, but it seems like those times are few
Alaska Air employee helps a stranded Delta passenger, Frontier leaves passengers stranded, Norwegian Star cruise ship exits drydock
The the Big 3 US airlines made a mistake and did not see the explosive growth coming from the southern hemisphere.
Frontier complaints soar, Uber drivers in Columbia threatened, Cactus call sign to go away as American and US Airways get single operation certification.