If you’ve ever found yourself on a packed Friday afternoon flight heading from one major city to another, you’ve probably …
Terri Weissinger’s $30 shortfall turned into eight days of misery in the San Francisco airport.
Revenue from add-on fees and partnerships with hotels and credit cards jumped 38% in 2010 for 47 of the world’s biggest airlines.
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Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano warned that the increase in the number of people carrying their luggage on flights is costing taxpayers. We just can’t win, can we, airlines?
With all of the commotion over pat-downs, we’ve practically forgotten about the exorbitant baggage fees. And the airlines couldn’t be happier.
Southwest Airlines is set to buy AirTran for $1.42 billion. Now two of the U.S.’s leading discount carriers will be combined — will it be a beautiful union?