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  • Where's the refund for my Air France ticket?

    Air France is holding $2,400 of Daniel Jean-Jacques' money for a fully refundable ticket. Why won't it surrender the money? Q: I'm a graduate student at the University of Texas and I was recently awarded a fellowship to conduct research for two months in...
  • JetBlue no vuela más entre WPB y San Juan

    JetBlue no vuela más entre WPB y San Juan
    Después de casi dos años de despegar hacia San Juan, Puerto Rico, desde el Aeropuerto Internacional de Palm Beach, JetBlue Airways suspende la ruta.   El último día para su vuelo sin paradas hasta el aeropuerto internacional Luis Muñoz Marín, en la...
  • Supreme Court sides with airline against booted frequent flier

    Supreme Court sides with airline against booted frequent flier
    WASHINGTON — Airline customers complain about being mistreated daily, but Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg took his grievance all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Unfortunately for Ginsberg, the court sided Wednesday with Northwest Airlines Inc.,...
  • How PTA Wants to Reinvent the Travel Channel

    Michael Shimbo isn't going on the right journey when he navigates the Internet. The former Apple and Live Nation executive who turned his love for music into Concert.TV, has hit the road with PlanesTrains+Automobiles, a digital streaming network that has...
  • AirTran's last flight to be in December, then it blends into Southwest

    AirTran's last flight to be in December, then it blends into Southwest
    AirTran Airways is set to fly into the history books Dec. 28 when it makes a final flight from Atlanta to Tampa, Fla. AirTran Flight 1 will retrace a route that's a nod to the airline's first flight in October 1993. The carrier, now owned by Southwest...
  • Detroit airport lockdown ends, passenger behind security scare in custody

    Detroit airport lockdown ends, passenger behind security scare in custody
    Authorities at Detroit Metropolitan Airport lifted on Thursday a lockdown that had brought traffic to a halt for nearly three hours after the passenger who triggered the security scare was taken into police custody, airport officials said. The passenger...
  • How summer construction at LAX will affect your ride to the airport

    How summer construction at LAX will affect your ride to the airport
    Los Angeles International Airport is gearing up for more construction work inside and out this summer. Expect to find temporary traffic lane closures, temporary sidewalk closures and the continuing use of buses at Terminal 4 to shuttle passengers out to...
  • Satisfaction with airlines reaches record high

    With fares remaining stable, customer satisfaction with the airline industry is at a record high, according to an annual study released Wednesday. On a 1,000-point scale, customer satisfaction reached 712, a 17-point increase from the same study last...
  • A night at the Rat Opera

    A night at the Rat Opera
    It's rehearsal night at the Beachsound production studio in Miami Gardens, and Rob Elba and Brian Franklin are swapping memories of a man who's become synonymous with South Florida's noise-rock scene: Frank Falestra, a.k.a. Rat Bastard. In particular,...
  • Target hires information chief, switches to chip-and-PIN MasterCards

    Target hires information chief, switches to chip-and-PIN MasterCards
    Target Corp. is hoping its newly hired chief information officer Bob DeRodes and its plan to switch its in-house payment cards to a more secure chip-and-PIN system from MasterCard Inc. will help it avoid another massive data breach. The Minneapolis...
  • AT&T promises 4G WiFi on planes as soon as next year

    AT&T promises 4G WiFi on planes as soon as next year
    Airline travelers who are frustrated with the speed of wireless Internet on planes may have some relief soon. Communications giant AT&T has announced it is working to put 4G LTE wireless Internet on commercial planes by as soon as late 2015. AT&T said...