Travel spending is up, and a few select plays in some related sectors stand to benefit most.
Lawmakers from both parties agree to more funding for the FAA to relieve sequester-prompted furloughs of air traffic controllers.
The carrier's new 'seat-to-seat delivery' lets passengers buy each other drinks and snacks.
Notwithstanding sequestration, the agency has discretion and shouldn't cut air traffic controllers.
Air traffic controllers will see furlough days as the FAA absorbs $637 million in budget cuts.
With 2 million customers daily, this long-stagnant industry is finally on the upswing -- and these companies are leading the pack.
Virgin America had the highest ranking in the annual report, which takes stock of customer complaints, mishandled baggage and on-time arrival.
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