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Delta to switch method for point accrual, US open to privatizing ATC, Sixt rent-a-car opens in Vegas

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AA/US aligns customer benefits, DC-9 completes final scheduled flight, frequent fliers do mileage runs for status

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Nothing could have prepared Jeff White for the shock he got after printing his boarding pass for a recent Delta Air Lines flight from Pensacola, Fla., to Albany, N.Y., by way of Atlanta. Right there, next to his name, was a confirmation code that proclaimed: “H8GAYS.”

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AA may go back to old tail design, cabin upgrades on Alaska Air, no in-flight calls on Delta, JetBlue, United

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US airlines give China flight plans, TSA race to the gate, best places to unplug

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Delta to increase flights at DAL, Hawaiian Airlines to launch Honolulu to Beijing service, spending more for comfort

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Impact on Delta Airlines (and your airfares) of Obamacare; Top Labor Day destinations according to Priceline purchases; Super-elite fliers get perks galore that smooth the turbulence of air travel.

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TSA donates forgotten clothing to Veterans, Delta partners with NFL teams for promotions, Boeing buying up old 747s

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The Department of Transportation (DOT) and the European Union (EU) don’t seem to have ever seen an airline deal that they don’t like. Consumers are being consulted and there are comments that can be submitted to DOT, but the airlines are getting what they want. Consumers are getting less competition and ultimately higher prices.

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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.

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