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International and domestic flights cancelled as ash cloud from eruption in southern Indonesia drifts over central Australia.
This is a strong contender.
Room costs are pushed up in high barrier-to-entry markets where developable land is scarce.
Its latest report calls the process 'inadequate'.
The inelegant selfie pic trend has now gone slightly less G rated.....
In the same week the NTSB disclosed concerns about the plane's safety approvals, the FAA extends its operating range to an extraordinary 330 minutes from nearest airport.
New travel-insurance product from Berkshire hathaway pays when you're inconvenienced.
US Travel Association (USTA) calls for more investment.
An Oregon hotel hotel has filed a $74,500 defamation lawsuit in an attempt to stop a reviewer from posting again and driving away business.
A passenger-friendly improvement, or a way to cram het more seats onboard?
Seems impossible, but interesting if true.
Somebody needs to fact-check that ad copy...
First a small regional jet, and then a 737/A320 contender. Major potential problems for Airbus and Boeing in this enormous airplane market.
Confused yet? It seems everyone else surely is.
So far, compliance is high with federal restrictions and there have been few violations.
Amazing video from Boeing shows how the plane comes together from preassembled huge pieces.
One-day meetings are skipping the trip to the hotel and meeting within the airport.
Common sense appeared to prevail in the rescinding of a no-alcohol rule.
Probably, but just steer clear of street protests.
A short but interesting article. A serious omission is the relationship between luggage weight and airline weight restrictions.
Wreck expected to be moved around July 20, with towing operation to take approximately five days.
Giving them a vodka tonic is no longer the protocol.
Both airlines adding more flights to more destinations. Lucky Seattle area residents....
Previously confident proclamations notwithstanding, authorities now say plane can't be found where it was earlier thought to be.
A primer on tipping practices around the world.
A new terminal for Star Alliance, but another runway's still needed at Heathrow, but faces opposition.
Do you think you're free to take photos on board an aircraft? Think again.
Visitors to the World Cup and Olympics may bring back more than just fond memories.
Comac's 150-passenger C919, which hopes to compete with Boeing's 737 and Airbus' A320, is expected to fly next year, with deliveries starting in 2018.