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  • Luggage can put heavy hit on your wallet

    Lots of people still carry on their bags, but a heavy, big bag more than likely will need to go down below. And that's going to cost you. The overweight and oversize fees are in addition to your checked-bag fees. If your bag is overweight and...
  • Seniors on the Go: 2014 ACSI report scores travel industries

    Seniors on the Go: 2014 ACSI report scores travel industries
    JetBlue is tops in customer service among the six largest U.S. airlines. Marriott earns top marks among the eight largest multi-brand hotel chains. Among the online travel agencies (OTA), the little guys -- lumped into the "all others" group -- slightly...
  • Visiting Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

    If you go THE BEST WAY TO ARIZONA From LAX, US Airways, Southwest and United offer nonstop service to Phoenix, and United, American and US Airways offer connecting service (change of planes). Restricted round-trip fares begin at $208, including...
  • Frequent flyer status changes

    Frequent flyer status changes
    In recent months, giant airlines have made some big changes to their frequent flyer programs, affecting earning and award schedules. Over the years, most changes have had a negative impact on ordinary travelers, and the recent ones are no different....
  • Planning your trip to Capitol Reef National Park, Utah

    THE BEST WAY TO CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL PARK, UTAH From LAX, Delta, Southwest and American offer nonstop service to Salt Lake City, and Southwest, United and Delta offer connecting service (change of planes). Restricted round-trip fares begin at $414,...
  • 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...
  • Frequent flyer seats: Getting better -- sort of

    Frequent flyer seats: Getting better -- sort of
    Your best chances of scoring a "free" frequent flyer domestic seat are on Southwest and JetBlue, a repeat of last year's performance. That's from the latest Switchfly Reward Seat Availability Survey, produced by IdeaWorks. US Airways replaced perennial...
  • Secrets to getting a frequent-flier ticket

    Question: Will I ever be able to get a frequent-flier ticket again? Answer: Probably. But it takes work, so we have secrets to share. It might not seem so now as you peruse airfares, but you're paying less for airfare on average than you were in 1995....
  • 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...
  • Travelers are happier with airlines, especially Alaska and JetBlue

    Travelers are happier with airlines, especially Alaska and JetBlue
    The forecast for Alaska for Wednesday: mostly sunny with a chance of satisfied customers. That’s what a J.D. Power & Associates study, released Wednesday shows: Alaska ranked first in customer satisfaction for its airline and first in satisfaction...
  • US Airways sends out tweet with graphic porn image, is really sorry

    US Airways sends out tweet with graphic porn image, is really sorry
    US Airways apologized Monday for sending out a Twitter message that included a pornographic image. The airline acknowledged that the image came from its Twitter account but said it was sent by mistake. US Airways said the image was originally sent to...