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What we’re reading: Frontier to start charging for carry-ons, airline mergers are not equal, Sky View Observatory ranks in top eleven
Frontier to start charging for carry-ons, airline mergers are not equal, Sky View Observatory ranks in top eleven
What we’re reading: Guide to in-flight Wi-Fi, Virgin America starts service from DAL, AA-US merger cleared
Guide to in-flight Wi-Fi, Virgin America starts service from DAL, AA-US merger cleared
Today, we examine the best-of-the-best airline seating and how it gets that way. We take a look at boarding aircraft and ask ourselves, "Why can't they figure out a better way?"
Weekend what we’re reading: Repairing the Capitol dome, DC’s best views, 10 Best Airports in the World
This weekend we check out repairs to the U.S. Capitol dome, we get the lowdown on best views of Washington, DC, and the Top 10 airports in the world are announced.
The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee passed what they mistakenly, or cynically, call the Airfares Transparency Act of 2014. These representatives listed below decided to strip consumer protections against misleading and deceptive pricing by airlines.
American opinions on the TSA, summering in Alaska, Tavern on the Green reopens
Congress wants to remove regulations that protect you from deceptive airline ticket advertising. Don’t let it.
The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee recently passed a markup of “The Airfare Transparency Act of 2014” out of of committee. (That means it is ready to go before the entire House to be voted on to become law.) HELP US STOP THIS IN THE SENATE BY SIGNING THIS PETITION ON CHANGE.ORG.