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Four pilots and two flight attendants filed complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
One way or another, airlines need revenues to keep operating.
Alaska is the clear winner, the only one of the major carriers that awards frequent flyer miles based solely on flying rather than spending.
Germany’s second-biggest airline after Lufthansa filed for bankruptcy last month after major shareholder Etihad Airways withdrew funding.
From herons to horses, several properties around the planet provide encounters with animals for their guests alongside the regular room service.
A recent investigation from The Daily Beast seems to confirm nearly every airline passenger’s worst fear: Coach seating “could be a death trap.”
The man's mother made it to New Jersey, but says United told him they bumped his mother off her connecting flight to London.
The gate-service fee, a charge tied to Basic Economy fares, often erases the savings of the cheaper ticket. A bit of bait and switch it seems.
A cluster of northeastern Caribbean islands that were lush and green in satellite imagery before Hurricane Irma now are drab and brown.
An Air Canada representative implied it was the parents' fault because they had not paid for unaccompanied minor service.
It's about time.
Let us count the ways.
One would have thought a backup would have or should have been in place. And it's not just the airport, the whole north of the island is without fuel.
The Sept. 23 and Sept. 27 sailings of its Empress of the Seas will include extra days at sea in lieu of Key West due to a "severe impact to the destination."
BA confirmed that the Heathrow to Athens passengers were forced to board four separate planes over two days.
One more adventure for British "holidaymakers."
Only 26 states meet Real ID requirments.
Many residents who have places to stay in the continental U.S. are leaving the islands.
From Bhutan to Zion National Park, here are some destinations for the autumn section of your bucket list.
I think this is really good news. Proves that market-based solutions work.
In breaking news, a cellphone bomb has been discovered by staff screening baggage in an X-ray machine at Mangalore Airport in India.
Electronic cigarette users who travel should read this before lighting up.
One Ryanair passenger confirmed people had been drinking on the flight but no-one had been dancing in the aisles as alleged.
The world's major cruise lines are facing months of disruptions to itineraries that include stops at Eastern Caribbean islands that Irma hit hard.
So say the police in Aspen, Colorado, and more surprising is the fact they believe they need to warn residents, and not just tourists.
Drinking three bottles of wine on the cab ride to the airport is no way to start a honeymoon trip, even for Ryanair passengers.
Probably needed at some airports. Many details to sort out though.
More than 20,000 Ryanair passengers alone had flights cancelled Tuesday.
Maybe it's time for a mini-pilgrimage.
Although cheap, not sure I'd want to live in too many of these places.