A week in review: Airlines and kids, Leocha on CNBC, Delta goes the extra anti-consumer mile, United-Lufthansa nightmare, Big 3 airlines vs Gulf carriers and more.
This airline is at the forefront of anti-consumer behavior. It is focused on limiting airline competition, transparency and consumer price comparison.
Here is a textbook example of how not to show an airline is focused on basic customer service. The airline heralds its program with restrictions that gut its guarantee.
Delta to fly 717s as a shuttle aircraft out of LAX and SLC. New security rules after FAA inspector arrest. The new JFK terminal you won't see is for pets.
World's worst airports for spending the night based on comfort, cleanliness and customer service, Delta retiring its 747s, Nevada suspends Uber ridesharing,
Delta's in-flight entertainment options expand, Virgin America readies for its IPO, FAA wants lower buildings near airports
For the first time in decades, the cold reality of the SkyMiles program will send many of us into mileage-collecting rehab, where we can be weaned from our frequent flier addiction and finally make a more informed and rational booking decision.
What we’re reading: Delta to change FF mile accrual, US open to privatizing ATC, Sixt rent-a-car in Vegas
Delta to switch method for point accrual, US open to privatizing ATC, Sixt rent-a-car opens in Vegas
What we’re reading: AA/US aligns flier benefits, DC-9’s final scheduled flight, frequent flier mileage runs
AA/US aligns customer benefits, DC-9 completes final scheduled flight, frequent fliers do mileage runs for status