Sometimes it makes more sense to ship your bags with a service like UPS or one that specializes in handling travelers' luggage.
Full disclosure of fees and taxes will make shopping for airfares easier for travelers.
Smaller airports are making all kinds of concessions to get permission to receive the new 747-8. With video.
The airline moved on its own to ground flights after a 5-foot-hole appeared in one plane. Could this be a model for other airlines? With video.
Low-cost European carrier Ryanair says it will introduce no-kid flights. It might be a joke, but 'no frills, no kids, no hassle' could be a winner.
If you fly Spirit, you'll pay an extra $5 or $10 in addition to the fee you're already charged for checked bags and carry-on.
The airline has raised ticket prices 6 times this year, but that seems not to have dented business much. With video updates.
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