United Airlines has begun cracking down on passengers who try to stuff oversized carry-on bags into the overhead storage bins.
Extra legroom, priority boarding, checked baggage. When it comes to air travel these days, it seems like airlines are charging extra for everything.
Airlines have learned to package its perks and the trend is really taking off.
If you’ve ever been to Miami International Airport, you know just how busy it can get. Last year they set a record.
American Airlines holds two conflicting honors: it’s the top air carrier in South Florida, a new survey reveals it’s also the one with the rudest personnel.
Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse for people who fly, they have.
Airline passengers across the United States got a mixed bag of news from the latest government analysis of the airline industry.
If you’re planning on flying for the holidays, you’re more than likely prepared for the onslaught of baggage fees airlines can’t wait to charge you. But, a new Senate bill may be music to your ears.
American Airlines stock rebounded somewhat Tuesday after analysts said they don’t envision the company running out of money – or filing for bankruptcy – at least not any time soon.
If you’ve flown anywhere this year, you’ve had to deal with the conundrum of cheap tickets and sky high fees. Now, a study from USA Today has news that will make the sticker shock of buying a plane ticket worse.
Allegiant Air, which carries people from smaller cities to resort destinations, said Thursday it will add nonstop flights between Lexington, Ky., and Fort Lauderdale.