This Thanksgiving, airline executives should be giving lots of thanks. More profits, more ancillary fees, fewer delays, full planes, low jet fuel costs, and almost no competition are all worth a prayer of thanks.
The former Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton puts up a post about the airlines. And, it is oh so true.
Expedia moves into rail in a deal with Silverrail, TSA says, “No soupy pies,” JetBlue/Amazon deal allows streaming of movies and TV.
Babies on planes? Should they be banned from First Class? Ski Europe cheap by taking discounted flights and advantage of half-board and better lift ticket rates,. Driverless car gets no ticket, because it has not driver.
To go or not to go — that is the Paris question for many travelers these days. Fortune magazine lists the most hated travel fees. And, the proposed Marriott buyout of Starwood means loyalty program changes.
Discover America/Brand USA is launching National park apps. JD Powers survey shows top rental cars. Extra pages for passports are being phased out as of Jan. 1, 2016.
Hello Hipmunk offers artificial intelligence to travelers, upscale packing tips to smooth life on the road, flight attendant rules to make both your and their travels easier.
Airlines ranked with most and least legroom. Visit magical destinations to feel like stepping on to a movie set. Global Entry now in force in the UK — read the rules.
Peon to airline pilots who get to sit around a lot. Improvements have travelers liking Denver’s airport instead of despising it. And, a post to end tipping confusion — if it was so easy.
Travelers United strongly opposes any suggestion that highway funding be generated via an increase in the aviation passenger’s Customs and Border Protection (CBP) fees.