By Zac Thompson Delta, United, and American have all introduced low, no-frills airfares. But they come with so many fees and restrictions, customers need to know what they’re ...On December 26, 2017 / By P.K.
By Jason Cochran Following a long internal review, the United States Department of State is making its travel warnings clearer. Starting in January, its notices on safety situations will be ...On December 26, 2017 / By P.K.
By Jason Cochran Travelers who use smartphones need to be smarter. When you’re navigating a new city, it’s natural to want to hunch over your mobile phone as ...On December 6, 2017 / By P.K.
by Robert Silk In Aruba, KLM passengers flying to Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport can go from check-in all the way to boarding without a ticket and with just one ...On November 22, 2017 / By P.K.
By Paul Reigler American Airlines announced the release of version 5.4 of its smartphone app, adding several new features including the ability to make a same-day flight change ...On November 15, 2017 / By P.K.
By Jackie Reddy British Airways has revealed its ambitions to regain its reputation as one of the globe’s more prestigious carriers, London Loves Business reports. Speaking at World Travel Market ...On November 7, 2017 / By P.K.
by Barbara Peterson Airlines and travel industry associations this week sought to reassure the traveling public about new security procedures taking effect, even as some carriers warned travelers ...On October 27, 2017 / By P.K.
by Daniel McCarthy Passengers on inbound flights to the U.S. will be subject to new security screening procedures, beginning today, that will see both citizens and non-citizens questioned ...On October 26, 2017 / By P.K.