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  • In-flight Internet update

    In-flight Internet update
    In-flight Internet presents an interesting paradox: When it's available, only about 5 percent to 10 percent of travelers actually use it, but it's becoming a virtual necessity for the world's airlines. Acceptance by U.S. domestic lines varies...
  • New airfare search websites

    New airfare search websites
    Developing the "best" airfare search system seems to be the holy grail of the online travel business. At least you'd guess that from the number of "new and improved" search engines announced so frequently. Three of the latest offer some unique features,...
  • Avoiding those airport lines -- at least some of the time

    Avoiding those airport lines -- at least some of the time
    Airport Security. The TSA has opened up enrollment in its "Precheck" DHS Trusted Traveler program to anyone who wants to join -- and pay the $85 fee for five years participation. As a Trusted Traveler, you are eligible to use the presumably-shorter...
  • Coming soon: 'Branded' air tickets

    Coming soon: 'Branded' air tickets
    "Brand" is the latest buzzword in airline pricing. Pioneered by American Airlines, the idea gets high praise from some of the airline marketing mavens. And if it seems to work for American, you can bet other lines will quickly copy: After all, "Me, too"...
  • Seniors on the Go: The change-fee gouge: Worse than you thought

    Seniors on the Go: The change-fee gouge: Worse than you thought
    The travel press has been full of reports that the four giant legacy lines -- American, Delta, United and US Airways -- just hiked the fees to re-issue "nonrefundable" tickets. The new fees are $200 for domestic travel and $250 to $300 for most...
  • Should this airline merger be allowed to fly?

    Should this airline merger be allowed to fly?
    The proposed merger between American Airlines and US Airways may not be a done deal, even if almost everyone is behaving as if it were. Although the combination, which would create the world's largest airline, has pushed back from the gate, it's still...
  • Routehappy aims to put smile on passengers' faces

     Routehappy aims to put smile on passengers' faces
    Routehappy.com is a search engine with a twist: It aims to help passengers not only find flight deals but also choose the trips that will make them happiest in flight. "Routehappy can lead you to a plane with more legroom, and we're the only site that...
  • Marriott chains top hotel customer satisfaction scores

    Marriott chains top hotel customer satisfaction scores
    Two Marriott brands -- Fairfield Inn and JW Marriott -- took the top spots in the latest ACSI (American Consumer Satisfaction Index) hotel report, and another -- Marriott Hotels -- tied for third. Three Hilton units -- Embassy Suites, Hampton Inn and...
  • Routehappy seating report: The rear cabin

    Routehappy seating report: The rear cabin
    About 13 percent of U.S. domestic flights have coach/economy seats with at least one inch of extra legroom than the industry standard. That's the overall conclusion from a new study by Routehappy, the innovative flight search website that calculates a...
  • A long, bumpy ride to denied-boarding compensation

    A long, bumpy ride to denied-boarding compensation
    Tom Posch missed a weekend trip to Cleveland last summer after United Airlines overbooked his flight. Normally, travelers in Posch's shoes would quietly accept the flight vouchers the airline offered as compensation. But Posch is an Air Force attorney,...
  • Big American-US merger announces first 'customer benefits'

    Big American-US merger announces first 'customer benefits'
    Well, you could call at least some of the changes "benefits." But the departure of US Airways from the Star Alliance leaves a big gap for some transatlantic travelers that remains at least temporarily unfilled. First, the actual benefits. Although both...