Should airlines pay passengers a change fine equal to their change fees when they significantly change flights? It seems like a good idea.
JetBlue and El Al to begin codeshare, the perfect rainy-day museum in Honolulu, enjoy better craft beers on Hawaiian Airlines
Parents of a kidnapped girl are suing two airlines for not taking "reasonable" safeguards to prevent a stranger from flying their daughter with him to another state. Is there a "reasonable" solution.
Europe allows personal electric devices to stay on during flight, PEOPLExpress suspends flights, creepiest asylums open for tours
Founding Uber after failures, they really are smaller airline seats, lawmakers get free PreCheck from TSA
Airline folk claim that this is not a basic right, but should be subject to marketplace forces. The Supreme Court says otherwise.
Spirit faces RICO act lawsuit, American Airlines to launch service from DFW-Beijing, KLM's lost and found service
In the past, airline service and price went hand in hand. Today, service seems to be forgotten for those flying in coach.
Passport kiosks introduced at LAX, O'Hare may take back title or busiest airport, Southwest to use biofuels inflight
Despite an industry effort to regulate itself, consumer groups are asking the government for tougher rules that would ensure them safer passage.