Looking for good news as we head towards the holiday season? Best to look elsewhere than British Airways. Their present for you this holiday is greater fuel surcharges on award flights from the US to Europe. Isn’t that great?
Have you ever had a flight that was delayed or cancelled? Did the airline move you to another airline so you could get where you needed to go? Do you think it’s fair for an airline to move some passengers to another airline during delays or cancellations but not move others?
We’re in an unbelievable era of cheap flights. Every time I feel like saying these are the cheapest fares I can recall seeing, we catch another surprise. As with many good things, it appears it may be possible that the government is fixing to put a dent in that, albeit unintentionally. I’ve been reading about a bill working its way through Congress that would potentially limit fees airlines can charge. This is on the heels of a few airlines raising the price of your first checked bag. Not all the […]
These are some really great cheap premium fares to Hong Kong and Beijing from a variety of US cities coast to coast. I would jump on these if you’re thinking about it. Remember you have 24 hours to cancel if you book one to get a full refund.
American Airlines announced a whole slew of new international routes that go on sale soon. We’re seeing new service to places like Dublin and Edinburgh as well as awesome new destinations like Dubrovnik and Bologna. Unfortunately, it comes at the expense of routes like Chicago-Shanghai. Here’s the full scoop on what’s going on:
We all know airfare pricing is voodoo witchcraft. But, how do airlines select which routes to launch and which ones to cancel? Why does one airline find diamonds where the other finds coal?
Airlines worldwide were directed by China to comply with their demands to show places like Taiwan as part of China. After some initial noise by the airlines and the US government, US-based airlines appear to be complying.