Delta Air Lines is contesting a fine imposed by the Department of Transportation (DOT). The fine was imposed for
Congress should take a look at enhancing competition in the aviation market. Airlines and their unions are looking to squelch competition at the consumers' expense.
Various ways society deals with waiting. Should tipping be banned in favor of a living wage? Helping the homeless with pizza slices takes off organically.
Food trails have been a part of American touring for some time. But now, with foodies in control of some travel planning, food trails may be something to take more seriously.
Instrument displays on car windshields, confusion in pricing by providing too many options, and driverless cars changing city planning. Lots to think about.
Video clips showing an amazing apartment, a Gulf-coast Florida town in a different light and a quest for "something" by travelers everywhere.
An astounding 160 pilots, air traffic controllers and mechanics as well as other safety personnel tested as drunk in 2012, the latest year that statistics have been released by the FAA. Why is this a secret?
Journalists around the world fight every day for the right to report the news without fear of reprisal. We condemn violent attacks such as the shootings at the French newspaper, Charlie Hebdo, and all intimidation by those who silence truth and other opinions.
Enjoy a spoof about TSA. Be aware of your rights as a traveler — it easier to consider than do. And, here are six travel fees that hit travelers when flying, renting cars or staying in hotels.
The airline industry is fighting disclosure of extra fees making comparison shopping impossible. Delta is restricting publication of its airfares. And, US airlines are fighting new international flights.