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Are shrinking airline seats unsafe and unhealthy, too?

As the space between one airline seat and the seat behind it continues to get smaller and smaller, and

What to do about misleading hotel resort fees

Hotels like to compare their mandatory daily surcharges to airline fees, but the truth is, they’re nothing like them.

How cruise lines are quietly draining away your rights

The cruise industry is at it again.

Earlier this year, the United States Coast Guard quietly issued proposed new regulations

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TSA, airline elites and paying for PreCheck

When the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was created, the designated control of the checkpoints ended up having profound consequences.

By |April 9th, 2015|Travel policy|0 Comments|
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    Why the Expedia/Orbitz/Travelocity union is good for consumers

Why the Expedia/Orbitz/Travelocity union is good for consumers

With most mergers, consumers lose. However, with the latest merger in the online travel industry between Expedia, Travelocity and

By |April 1st, 2015|Travel policy|0 Comments|

Charlie Leocha on CNBC talks fuel costs vs. airfares

Wednesday March 25, 2015

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Delta Air Lines — going the extra anti-consumer mile

Whenever a passenger pays Delta Air Lines to fly, they are putting money in the corporate pockets of an

By |March 26th, 2015|Travel policy|0 Comments|
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    What the battle between the Big 3 US Airlines and the Gulf carriers means to consumers

What the battle between the Big 3 US Airlines and the Gulf carriers means to consumers

When the Big 3 US airlines — American, Delta and United — claim that foreign carriers are being improperly

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    FAA funding bill may mean big changes for fliers — or none

FAA funding bill may mean big changes for fliers — or none

An impending fight in Congress this spring over the Federal Aviation Administration reauthorization bill could affect your next flight,

By |March 18th, 2015|Travel policy|0 Comments|
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    Unleashing the world of unmanned aircraft systems responsibly

Unleashing the world of unmanned aircraft systems responsibly

Unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs are already here. The only problem — your government seems to be surprised by them.