Code-sharing and international airline alliances are no longer working for consumers. Once upon a time, when the airlines were struggling and there were more than a dozen airlines, these actions seemed somewhat reasonable. Today, they have turned anti-competitive.
Airline delays can be alleviated if airlines helped each other, steps to avoid Yosemite plague, the Virgin brand is expanding with Virgin cruises
Travelers United position is crystal clear — if any non-government fees are mandatory, they must be included in the room rate.
The growing economy leads to more traffic jams across the country, trains running on wind in Holland, and Uber upends the NYC subway by taking away needed tax revenues generated by taxis and limos.
Travelers United is taking their effort to the states for relief from hotel resort fees. This story was generated during a trip to North Carolina. We are planning more trips and have already visited California.
Charles Stewart figures he should have known better. The promises made by his MileagePlus Explorer card from Chase — yes, the one that’s heavily promoted in airports and on travel blogs — looked too good to pass up.
The Trans-Siberian train from Moscow is a must for train enthusiasts, Gulf carriers trying to create competition, Hotel day-stays popular new travel trend
Airlines love to tout the benefits of code-share flights. But the truth is, the only people they really benefit are the airlines themselves.
FCC nails another internet provider for blocking Wi-Fi, Cruise lines leaving Houston for Asia, Airlines offering many upscale perks for a price.
US airlines mishandle more than 2 million checked bags annually. Ned has a dozen tips for air travelers to prevent their checked luggage from being lost, missing, stolen or delayed.