What we’re reading: Delta to change FF mile accrual, US open to privatizing ATC, Sixt rent-a-car in Vegas
What we’re reading: AA/US aligns flier benefits, DC-9′s final scheduled flight, frequent flier mileage runs
What we’re reading: AA may go back to old tail design, cabin upgrades on Alaska Air, no in-flight calls on some airlines
What we’re reading: US airlines give China flight plans, TSA race to the gate, best places to unplug
What we’re reading: Delta to increase flights at DAL, Honolulu to Beijing service, spending more for comfort
What we’re reading: TSA giving Veterans clothing, Delta partners with NFL teams, Boeing buying up old 747s
The Department of Transportation (DOT) and the European Union (EU) don’t seem to have ever seen an airline deal that they don’t like. Consumers are being consulted and there are comments that can be submitted to DOT, but the airlines are getting what they want. Consumers are getting less competition and ultimately higher prices.