Travelers United outlines its objections to increases in passenger facility charges, that fund airports from passengers, and to increases in other government fees like customs and agriculture inspection fees.
Pilot orders pizza for delayed passengers, beat jet lag like the athletes, thunderstorms affect northeast travel
The American people would be saddened and sickened to learn that some members of Congress not only put their own personal interests before their constituents’ but also can go much further.
Barry Shiller’s vacation rental owner got a better offer just before he checked in. And suddenly, his family had no place to stay for their theme park vacation this spring.
Free coffee for military at airports, Omni hotels to reimburse guests for golf bag fees, Norwegian Cruise Lines reverses ban on bringing food to cabins
Travelers would be more understanding of airline excuses if carriers were more understanding of ours
Just when you think you've heard them all, the airlines come up with new and creative excuses. United came up with several this month.
Air France flight escorted by jets to JFK after chemical attack threat, experiencing the Everglades Top 10, Malaysia Air to be revamped as airline
Amtrak is installing automatic train control throughout the Northeast Corridor, but Ned Levi questions if that improvement is enough, while identifying and discussing rail car safety issues.
FAA is speeding up flights with Data Comm and NextGen, Disneyland celebrates its 60th anniversary, reborn Eastern Airlines to fly next week