Trying to maintain a nut-free environment on airplanes is virtually impossible, but a number of carriers are taking steps to offer solutions to the problem. Following is a roundup of the allergy policies of U.S. major carriers and whether or not they serve nuts on their flights.
Three years after the carrier announced its first fees for checked bags, JetBlue is now one of the industry leaders in bag fee hikes.
Hotels, airlines and car rental companies are scuttling old rules and rolling out new technology to make the customer experience more efficient and appealing to the tech-savvy traveler.
Sleeping on an airplane is relatively easy. Especially if you’ve invested in one of those corny-looking but comfortable neck pillows. But napping sitting upright in a chair at the airport? Not so much.
That’s why NYC-based JetBlue Airways has teamed up with MetroNaps to bring free napping pods to JetBlue’s Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Airlines are adding dozens of flights to serve Phoenix in order to accommodate the large crowds flooding the city for Super Bowl weekend. Travelers are expected to stream into the city weekend between Friday, Jan. 30, and Monday, Feb. 2. United Airlines, is adding 55 flights, including two new routes, to accommodate Super Bowl fans. Alaska, Delta, Jet Blue and American are also adding extra flights to provide flights to the influx of travelers.