A Travelers United poll in response to requests from DOT, more than 2,600 consumers dramatically responded loud and clear, "Tell us how much it costs!"
In the past, airline service and price went hand in hand. Today, service seems to be forgotten for those flying in coach.
Let DOT know your airline ticket-buying experiences. The department is in the midst of possibly revising rules about how airline tickets are sold.
From the largest gathering of airline lawyers in the world — the top lawyers at airlines and some of the top aviation lobbyists meeting in Montreal.
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DOT plans rule to ban cellphone use inflight, comedy rules inflight entertainment and Airbus shows off its newest plane.
Consumers are getting the brown of the stick as the House of Representatives prepares to vote on the the Orwellian-named Transparent Airfares Act of 2014 with no debate in committee or on the House floor.
Mr. Parker is using his magazine to mislead the public when he could use the same publication to inform his passengers of the dangers of increasing fees and taxes.
Isn’t it about time that some low cost airlines start flying between the US and Europe with a significant network of flights?
The airlines should strongly support the most recent DOT NPRM that calls for more ancillary fee transparency. These proposed DOT rules will improve customer service rankings and ultimately make the skies friendlier for the free market and for the flying public.