Allegiant is proposing to offer the option of a lower-cost ticket that could change in price depending on the cost of fuel.
Many travelers take that long -- and longer -- in search of the best bargain and the just-right flight. That could create problems for the airlines up the road.
Resorts, all-inclusives and even tourism agencies are discounting in big ways.
In a show of support for its rival, Expedia changes the way it displays AA fares.
Continental lets you hold airline tickets for up to a week, but you'll pay. Is this a useful new service or just another way to gouge fliers?
What's the potential cost to you if you decide not to fly or refuse to comply with new airport security measures?
Google and 3 airlines offer a deal. You might be able to get a cheap flight this week, too.
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