Here is a fascinating infographic that serves up 100 years of flight. It was created by Icelandair and provides a lot to think about from costs of flying to speeds of travel and from glamor to being packed into planes like sardines.
Delta Air Lines is contesting a fine imposed by the Department of Transportation (DOT). The fine was imposed for
Bob Bradenbaugh thought he'd booked an economy class seat when he flew from Miami to Barcelona on American Airlines recently. It turns out he'd only bought half a seat.
Truth is the New Years resolution that Travelers United works every day to fulfill with legislators, regulators and the travel industry honchos. Clear pricing allows travel consumers to comparison shop.
A collection of recent Christmas videos portraying the joy of lights, giving, singing, receiving and the beauty of traditions in travel to fill a quiet Christmas Eve moment.
As we come into the holiday season when the spirit of giving spreads across the world, airlines are doing all of the taking and none of the gift-giving. Their plans are being hatched to give even less in the future.
There is not much musing this Sunday. Fuel prices are dropping and airfares are going higher and that means bigger airline profits. No competition does that.
Airlines and car rental companies use lots of names, but beneath the paint on the planes and car rental counter signs, there are only three biggies in each industry.
Airlines pack more passengers into planes, reduce the value of their frequent flier programs, hide airfares and fees, and shift the tax burden to passengers.