This case underscores the sound reasoning behind the federal government's decision to force airlines to disclose these so-called "options" for air travelers in a proposed new regulation.
A friend of mine found out about United's new carry-on size limits the hard way. He had to run back to the ticket counter to check it in because it was too wide.
Today, Travelers United is calling for travelers to join together to start a new revolution.
The battle to add protections to cruise passengers against crimes at sea and add passenger protections to cruises faces rough seas.
For the fiscal 2014/15 year, the Bahamas expects to collect $125 million in tourism taxes. Where are they going?
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has vowed to ban horse-drawn carriages and replace them with electric open-air carriages.
Why is it that economy hotels have free in-room Internet access and luxury hotels charge for the service?
Isn’t it about time that some low cost airlines start flying between the US and Europe with a significant network of flights?
Should car-sharing operators brought together through Uber.com and Lyft.com be regulated just like taxicabs and limousine operators?