These days, airline passengers have to feel like they can hardly sneeze without getting hit with an airline surcharge. Now, United has a new sneaky fee.
Norwegian may buy Prestige Cruise Holdings, Orbitz gets AA back, Russia wants MH17 recordings
On Sunday a week ago, a battle broke out in the Economy Plus section of United Airlines flight 1462. A male passenger used a device on the seat in front of him preventing its female passenger. Tempers flared and the captain diverted the flight to Chicago. Ned Levi discusses the incident and the issues of seat recline in economy.
How airline meals are prepared, new plans for Atlanta airport, new charging stations
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Even with hotel fees rising and room rates increasing, it seems that hotel guests are happier than ever with what they are
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