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  • American Airlines scrubs West Palm Beach-to-Los Angeles flight

    American Airlines scrubs West Palm Beach-to-Los Angeles flight
    Less than two years after its launch, American Airlines is canceling its non-stop service between West Palm Beach and Los Angeles effective May 7. The once-daily flight started in November 2013 and was projected to generate 23,000 visitors and a total...
  • Frequent flyer seats: Better than last year, but...

    Frequent flyer seats: Better than last year, but...
    Your chance of scoring a "free" frequent flyer domestic seat in economy class on Southwest is 100 percent, 91 percent on Air Canada, and 87 percent on JetBlue. Those are really good numbers that should encourage you to keep working on your miles or...
  • An exhilarating, exhausting time at Utah's Red Mountain Resort

    An exhilarating, exhausting time at Utah's Red Mountain Resort
    Just beyond Red Mountain Resort, my hiking group tackled the Indiana Jones loop trail by sliding on our backsides down a steep rock face into a crevasse, then crawling under shrubbery between two walls of rock. As I gazed at the spectacular southwestern...
  • Amtrak crash scrambles commutes across Northeast Corridor

    Amtrak crash scrambles commutes across Northeast Corridor
    WASHINGTON — Thousands of travelers were scrambling and commuters were re-thinking their work weeks Wednesday after a deadly Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia shut down a critical section of the busiest railroad in North America. The crash...
  • Airline passengers growing more satisfied, J.D. Power reports

    Airline passengers growing more satisfied, J.D. Power reports
    For the 10th straight year, JetBlue Airways has the most satisfied customers among low-cost airlines, according to a national consumer study released Wednesday. JetBlue, the busiest carrier at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, scored...
  • LVIA wants to lock in its four big airlines for five years

    LVIA wants to lock in its four big airlines for five years
    The Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority is negotiating a deal designed to prevent its four major airlines from leaving Lehigh Valley International Airport, but it would come at a cost: Those airlines would take more control over how the airport is run....
  • American Airlines hopes customers won't notice reservation system change

    American Airlines hopes customers won't notice reservation system change
    American Airlines' merger with US Airways is near the start of combining its passenger reservation system, a delicate task that went so wrong for Chicago-based United Airlines in 2012 that the carrier saw mass customer defections and damaged profits....
  • American, US Airways merging reservations over 90 days

    To avoid the glitches that followed other airline mergers, American Airlines is taking extra time to combine its reservation system with US Airways. Once the 90-day transition is completed as early as October, the US Airways reservation system and...
  • Survey shows satisfaction with airlines at 20-year high

    Survey shows satisfaction with airlines at 20-year high
    Customers are more satisfied with airlines than they've been in 20 years, according to a well-known customer-satisfaction survey that seems to buck other assessments of the industry. Airline passenger satisfaction rose 2.9 percent over last year to...
  • Woman sues United, says she bought four hours of Wi-Fi, got 10 minutes

    Woman sues United, says she bought four hours of Wi-Fi, got 10 minutes
    A New Jersey woman is suing United Airlines for $5 million, claiming she was misled when she paid $7.99 for four hours of service that lasted only 10 minutes, media reports say. In the class-action lawsuit, filed in March, Cary M. David says she...
  • MIA travelers can soon shorten checkpoint waits with fingerprint or iris scans

    MIA travelers can soon shorten checkpoint waits with fingerprint or iris scans
    Travelers at Miami International Airport will soon have the option to shorten their wait to get through the dreaded security checkpoint — for a price. On May 20, a new secure identification option called CLEAR that verifies identities through...