United to cut 1,150 jobs and outsource to save money, US airlines and hotels wary of Expedia-Orbitz merger, scorpion stings woman onboard an Alaska airlines flight
Expedia to become largest online travel agency with buyout of Orbitz, United won't accept $70 first class ticket purchased during glitch, Qantas Club dress code
Bad for passengers. Airlines are looking for ways to force passengers onto their partner airlines. The latest is by refusing to transfer checked bags to other non-alliance airlines.
UA considers 10-abreast seating on new Boeing 777s, new amenity kits for big spenders on American Airlines, employee security gap exposed at US airports
The woman who lives on a cruise ship, United recalls 40 furloughed workers, Airpnp helps you find a restroom
Group wants Smisek to resign, Cyprus Airways name, logo for sale, Marriott will no longer block Wi-Fi
United Airline worker group wants CEO Smisek to resign. Cyprus Airways name and logo are up for sale. Marriott changes stance — will no longer block WiFi.
United Airlines to outsource labor at 22 airports, thieves steal AAdvantage and Mileage Plus info, upcoming restaurant weeks
Schedule of free admission to National Parks for 2015, United flight attendants say they were fired for security concerns, FAA sets new air safety rule
United Airlines is no stranger to bad customer service, but their stranding of a Benedictine monk in Malawi and the struggle that followed to fly him back to New Mexico provoked a thoughtful response from the order.
Los Angeles Internaltional becomes the nation's 2nd busiest airport, Quantas ranks as the world's safest airline, and United adds WiFi on regionals