Airlines Testing Facial Recognition Tech To Speed Boarding ProcessYour face may soon be the only thing you need to board a flight.
Lawyer: Passenger Took Cocaine Before Disrupting Flight Diverted To OrlandoDrugs and air travel do not mix.
Hurricane Matthew Leaves Airlines Across Florida Scrambling
CheapAir: Buy Your Next Flight In Monthly PaymentsIf you would love to take a dream vacation but don't have the cash, you can now buy airline tickets and make monthly payments.
New Company Puts Private Jets At Your FingertipsPrivate jet travel may seem like a luxury, but that could soon change with the start of a new company.
Airbus Seeks Patent For Seat To Fit Wider PassengersA new take on the airline seat could make it possible for airlines to charge based on a person's size.
How To Travel With ToddlersPractical advice for parents who are planning a trip with their small children.
Airline Ticket Changes Can Be Costly, Even When It's The Airlines FaultWhen you buy an airline ticket and want to change your itinerary, you'll probably pay a fee. In fact, airlines collected $2.7 billion in "reservation change" and "cancellation fees" last year alone.
United Air Cracking Down On Over-Sized Carry On BagsUnited Airlines has begun cracking down on passengers who try to stuff oversized carry-on bags into the overhead storage bins.
Trend In Airlines' Packaged Perks Really Takes OffExtra 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.
Miami International Airport Sets New RecordsIf you’ve ever been to Miami International Airport, you know just how busy it can get. Last year they set a record.
Survey: American Airlines Has Rudest WorkersAmerican 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.