Even though air travel is beginning to return to its pre-pandemic numbers, the issues airlines are running into with COVID-19 requirements.
Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, and Delta Air Lines have joined United Airlines in the change fee waiver dance line.
American Airlines and Delta Airlines announced Tuesday that they are making sweeping adjustments to scheduled flights in response to decreased travel demand as more and more travelers decide to stay at home due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
In-Flight WiFi emerged as an innovative solution to provide internet access to travelers while traveling 35,000 feet in the air.
The latest Air Travel Consumer Report is out and it shows that airlines have their work cut out for them if they want to please their passengers.
“Your call is very important to us, but we are experiencing higher-than-normal call volumes.”
Looking for a flight can be quite overwhelming. Moreover, airplane tickets, especially for long distances, can turn out expensive, adding to the stressfulness of traveling.
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Forecasts from a variety of travel watchers suggest that travelers hoping to go somewhere this week need to be more prepared for more delays than they have in the past couple of years.
Now that the U.S. has finalized plans to accept vaccinated international travelers into the country, airlines are girding themselves for what Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian called an “onslaught of travel all at once.”
Now that COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted from the West to the East Coast and airlines are filling up flights again, carriers are also bringing back fees as a way to generate revenue.
Did you ever think there would come a time when airlines would require every passenger to wear a mask AND stop selling alcohol?
Budget airlines are enjoying some tailwind these days. A new report verifies that U.S.-based low-cost carriers (LCC) chalked up 246 million seats sold in 2018, far and away more than any other country.
Wednesday, September 25th, 2019, uptown Council Members Ydanis Rodriguez and Mark Levine were joined by Airline Catering Workers and their unions for a rally to call for dignified wages and access to quality and affordable health insurance for catering airline workers.
The New York City Tourism Foundation honored leaders from the City’s aviation, health care, hospitality and cultural industries at its 21st annual Gala at the Plaza Hotel last night.