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  • Avoiding long-haul red-eyes, at least some of the time

    A few of you might actually prefer red-eye schedules on long intercontinental flights -- they avoid the cost of a hotel night and maximize your available time at your destination. And you may tolerate them as the inevitable penalty you have to pay for a...
  • Global Entry's zip through security, customs is money well spent

     Global Entry's zip through security, customs is money well spent
    Here's the most amazing thing that happened the first time I used Global Entry for getting back into the country and speeding through security: nothing. In these days of governmental shutdowns and bipartisan squabbling, this Trusted Traveler program...
  • Why some passengers are intentional 'no shows'

    Why some passengers are intentional 'no shows'
    Even though he couldn't use his airline ticket, Eric Smith refused to cancel his reservation on a United Airlines flight from Omaha to Baltimore. The reason? Smith, a technician at an aerospace company in Montgomery Village, Md., ran a few numbers,...
  • JetBlue offers speedy trip for "Bills" at BWI

    JetBlue offers speedy trip for "Bills" at BWI
    JetBlue Airways is giving a little lift to the federal government shutdown with a plan to "Keep Bills Moving" in Washington. The airline is offering to give fliers with the name "Bill" a faster trip through security at airports in Baltimore,...
  • Winter storm cancellations: your 'rights'

    Although the big Thanksgiving storm didn't disrupt air travel as much as many expected, a lot of travelers were still inconvenienced -- some seriously, some only slightly. And although that storm is history, winter is just beginning, and you may well face...
  • Woe is the leisure traveler as frequent-flier programs change

    Woe is the leisure traveler as frequent-flier programs change
    In the March 9 On the Spot, reader Kurt Sipolski of Palm Desert asked whether it was legal for airlines to charge a maintenance fee for frequent-flier miles. (It is.) Sipolski's question raised several issues that affect leisure travelers, who are price-...
  • Virgin America aiming for IPO this year

    Virgin America aiming for IPO this year
    Virgin America, the California-based airline backed by billionaire Sir Richard Branson, is planning to go public this year now that the air carrier has two consecutive profitable quarters behind it. Investment banks Barclays and Deutsche Bank have...
  • Hitting the jackpot on Paradise Island

    Hitting the jackpot on Paradise Island
    There's a disarming glow along the walls of the Atlantis resort casino, and it might mystify even the most veteran gamblers as they weigh the merits of splitting those sixes against the dealer's five. Windows. Yes, windows. Amid the dingdingding of...
  • Dealing with Delta's new frequent flyer program

    Dealing with Delta's new frequent flyer program
    Next year, Delta will switch its Skymiles frequent flyer program from a mileage base to a dollar base. You've probably already read about that, so the question becomes one of how to deal with it. Overall, the new rules will be good for business...
  • JetBlue launches Fort Lauderdale to Port-au-Prince, Haiti service Thursday

    JetBlue launches Fort Lauderdale to Port-au-Prince, Haiti service Thursday
    Officials from JetBlue Airways and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport will celebrate the airline’s inaugural flight between Fort Lauderdale and Port-au-Prince, Haiti Thursday at 11:30 a.m. The new nonstop route to the Haiti’s...
  • Intoxicated airline passenger causes Christmas Eve disturbance

    Intoxicated airline passenger causes Christmas Eve disturbance
    A passenger aboard a JetBlue flight from Los Angeles to Ft. Lauderdale caused a disturbance in the air after she was cut off from having another drink, reports WBFS-TV in Miami. Trisha Sen, 39, was arrested by an officer on the JetBlue flight shortly...