This summer, American Airlines received good news: The U.S. Department of Transportation gave final approval of the airline’s joint business agreement with Qantas. Continue reading American Airlines Receives Final Approval of Its Joint Business With Qantas and Announces New Routes
JetBlue is expanding its Europe connectivity ahead of plans to begin its own transatlantic flights in 2021. Continue reading JetBlue, Norwegian Air ink interline agreement
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines and Bethesda-based Marriott International have been voted as the top airline and hotel chain respectively for business travelers in North America.
Continue reading Delta And Marriott Named Best Airline And Hotel Chain For Business Travelers
(CNN) — Overhead luggage bins that illuminate in red when they’re full, an airplane seat tailored to your personal position preferences, seat belts that alert cabin crew when they’re unbuckled. And cameras outside restrooms.
This, according to Airbus, is what the airplane cabin of the very near future will look like.
Many U.S. road warriors have given up on the frequent flyer miles awarded by airlines. For all but the most profligate spenders, miles are tougher than ever to earn from flying, and they’re not so easy to redeem. Continue reading United Airlines Simplifies Seat Upgrades With Points Incentives
Thomas Cook’s collapse was a disaster played out in slow motion. An ill-fated acquisition spree, a bloated retail footprint, and a commoditized product left it unable to deal with changes in consumer behavior and economic shocks Continue reading Debt, Egos and Bad Decisions: How Thomas Cook Failed to Adapt to a New Era of Travel
United Mileage Plus members no longer have to worry about their frequent flyer points expiring. Continue reading United Ending Point Expirations for Mileage Plus
Ultra-long-haul flights of nearly 20 hours are considered “aviation’s final frontier.” How the human body will feel after a flight from Sydney to London, however, is another question entirely. Continue reading Qantas to Test How the Human Body Withstands the World’s Longest Flight