The sharp spurt in air fares, which has already affected budget travel, is now taking a toll on business class travel too. Skyrocketing travel costs are forcing corporate houses to trim travel budgets.
US airlines, which face a potential cash crunch this year, are starting to sell pools of frequent flyer miles to credit card partners.
Like many fliers, Jay Shecter ended up with nonrefundable airline tickets he couldn't use last year. So he tried to get the taxes and user fees refunded on the two tickets he had on two different airlines.
Passengers who buy tickets on the day they travel are paying five times more than they would if they had booked in advance, according to new research.
New laptop bags approved by the Transportation Security Administration make it possible to go through X-ray inspection without having to take the laptop out.
British Airways is accelerating the growth of its recently launched OpenSkies subsidiary through the acquisition of L'Avion, the Paris-based all-business class airline.
Orbitz.com and UK sister brand ebookers.com have inked a deal with Microsoft to be its online travel agency for its travel portal on both sides of the Pond.
With most U.S. airlines cutting back their capacity, air travelers who booked tickets in advance for the fall and winter may be forced to change their itineraries, says a report by the Wall Street Journal (subscription required).
Welcome to a new series of country air service profiles. New profiles will be available every two weeks, and this first profile will focus on Poland.
TMCs are giving airlines an easy ride on delays and cancellations according to new compensation service EUclaim.