Here are three issues raised during the last few weeks that may affect travel in many of its forms. Should passengers pay by the pound? Should Delta be allowed to collude with other SkyTeam members to set prices for transatlantic flights? Can you be fined for distracted driving? Where? We tell you.
Delta lavs getting smaller, Boeing completes 787 battery testing, Delta to renovate Terminal 5 at LAX
JetBlue starts BOS-HOU service, Delta partners with Major League Baseball, Lufthansa blasts US cuts
Delta now allows you to see your journey connected to the places you are flying over. The second post deals with how flight attendants suffer more from delays than the passengers. Finally, we present the ballsy ads from Spirit Airlines that poke fun and run at the edge of social acceptability.
LaHood to step down as Secretary of Transportation, Delta’s Sky Deck opens up lounges, weddings at Vegas’ Neon Museum
Delta/Virgin Atlantic alliance may be good for competition? Boeing 787 problems revive concerns, one-way fare searches on the rise due to Mayan end of the world
Delta & KLM sued for death of woman, cause of AA’s loose plane seats, following Lincoln
Amsterdam will not ban tourists from its marijuana coffee houses. Delta is getting dinged for breaking promises to Congress about service in the wake of their merger with Northwest Airlines. And, airlines bounce back from their Hurricane Sandy whack.
Drunk passenger tries to escape from plane, Chicago O’Hare Terminal 5 to get an overhaul, Golden Nugget sues over dessert name
This weekend we look Delta’s schedule changes to Europe in conjunction with their Skyteam partner Air France-KLM. A frequent business traveler discusses his big travel gripes. Finally, AA improves its service after a horrible two weeks of cancellations and maintenance issues.