NCL’s undercover CEO makes changes after TV “demotion”

NCL’s chief executive went undercover and performed several menial jobs, including laboring for hours to set up a fake ice skating rink. Now he’s taking those lessons to heart after returning to the executive suite. Among the changes he’s made is getting rid of the ice skating rink, according to the Miami Herald.

Do some parents expect too much of airlines?

Janice Hough has some words of wisdom for families traveling together. Plan ahead, get seat reservations early and don’t depend on airline generosity to make up for your problems.

How will TSA react this time?

Ned Levi examines TSA security in light of last week’s suicide bombing at Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport in its arrivals hall, and suggests how TSA might best react to the bombing.

What you should do if you are in or traveling to Egypt

Tourists in Cairo are being advised to remain in their hotels and not get involved in the demonstrations. Stay away from the U.S. Embassy since it’s situated where many of the protests are taking place. The American government announced this morning it will arrange flights to Europe for U.S. citizens who are currently in Egypt.

All legacy carriers make millions in 2010 except AA

The airline world isn’t suffering. Every major airline in the country is making millions and millions of dollars, except for American Airlines, that seems on a self-destructive Quixotic mission to change the travel world.

Weekend survey: What matters most to you in an airline ticket?

This weekend’s survey is a little different. I want to know what you want the most in an airline ticket, and have compiled a short list of the qualities I think you’ll want to choose from. But since surveys can’t possibly include every option, I’ve also added a write-in section where you can add a […]