A hidden gorge in the mountains surrounding Germany’s Alpine capital, Garmisch.
A new study by a team of aviation consultants, which claims the government’s new tarmac delay rule will cost the flying public $3.9 billion during the next two decades, is making waves in the aviation industry and beyond. Is it self-serving airline propaganda?
What happens when the tour operator and their insurance agents don’t understand their own policies?
The Consumer Travel Alliance strongly supports DOT’s rulemaking proposals regarding extension of tarmac-delay rules across the entire airline transportation spectrum. These additional regulations will make these tarmac rules apply across the entire air transportation network.
American launches new iPhone app, domestic airfares rise in first quarter, Shanghai Air to leave Star Alliance
Photos from spectacular Switzerland during a perfect summer.
Is the Department of Transportation starting to go soft on airlines? Where are the fines this so far this year?
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced this week, that “international traffic on North American airlines grew nearly 11 percent in June.” At the same time virtually every airline reported earnings surprises to the upside in this still troubled economy.
At the same time we’re talking about combating obesity, “All-You-Can-Eat” travel deals are proliferating.
Delta increases Washington service, UAL, Continental name management team, less waiting, more flying at JFK