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  • Expedia rejects vouchers, thwarts attempt to rebook

    Expedia rejects vouchers, thwarts attempt to rebook
    We recently canceled a trip from Minneapolis to Asuncion, Paraguay, that we had booked on Delta Air Lines through Expedia. We were issued two flight vouchers, which we are trying to redeem. But Expedia isn't letting us. The vouchers — one for $1,...
  • BWI has busiest June in history, 2nd-busiest month ever

    A total of 2.18 million commercial passengers used Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in June, an increase of 2.9 percent over June 2011, the state announced Monday. Last month's traffic set a new mark for June, and it was second...
  • Delta, US Airways join O'Hare security pre-screening program

    Delta, US Airways join O'Hare security pre-screening program
    Two more airlines today joined an expedited security pre-screening program available to some travelers at O'Hare International Airport. The Transportation Security Administration announced that Delta Air Lines and US Airways are participating in TSA...
  • Delta pulls plug on new Lauderdale-Mexico City route

    Delta Air Lines has pulled the plug on its recently announced new service between Fort Lauderdale and Mexico City, which was set to start July 2. Officials at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport said they were recently informed of the...
  • Both sides of marriage camp spending rapidly

    The campaigns to support and oppose same-sex marriage in Maryland have this in common: Both have nearly emptied their coffers. The Maryland Marriage Alliance, which opposes same-sex marriage, had $95,000 left in its bank account for the final stretch...
  • Travelers in the region stranded by Sandy

    Travelers in the region stranded by Sandy
    If you were hoping to escape the misery of Sandy's looming impact on the Mid-Atlantic, it's too late. Major air, rail and bus carriers have canceled most trips into Tuesday. Delta Airlines offered the last scheduled flights out of town Monday morning...
  • Airline customer satisfaction down; Alaska and JetBlue top rankings

    Travelers aren’t too pleased with the North American airline industry – especially traditional carriers such as United Airlines and US Airways – pushing down customer satisfaction ratings after two years of improvement. On a 1,000-point...
  • Southwest loses No. 1 customer rating to rival JetBlue Airways

    Southwest loses No. 1 customer rating to rival JetBlue Airways
    For the first time in nearly two decades, Southwest Airlines, the biggest commercial carrier at BWI, does not sit atop the annual American Customer Satisfaction Index. The top spot was claimed by JetBlue Airways, with a satisfaction score of 81 on a 100-...
  • Needles found in sandwiches on Delta flights; FBI investigating

    Needles found in sandwiches on Delta flights; FBI investigating
    Several passengers this weekend chomped into turkey sandwiches served on Delta Air Lines flights – and discovered sewing needles. The FBI has now launched a criminal investigation into the finds, which occurred on four Delta flights bound to the U....
  • Keeping travel costs down

    Holiday travel is expensive, whether one is flying, driving or taking the train. Some costs are obvious like gas for the car and airline baggage fees, but other costs can be hidden such as pool towel fees at a resort or wireless access at a hotel. When...
  • To stay competitive, BWI 'moves at the speed of business'

    To stay competitive, BWI 'moves at the speed of business'
    Massive girders and freshly poured concrete form a bump in the middle of the low-slung terminal, almost as if BWI Marshall Airport is expecting. In a way, it is. Before next summer, a glassed-in walkway, new shops and a modern security checkpoint will...