When you hop on a plane in the future, you might be faced with a different set of rules. That’s the way things look if the major US-based airlines get their wish.
There have been a whole bunch of chapters in the saga to find a home for the last non-operating frequency between the US and Tokyo’s Haneda airport. Delta had the slot for a while and was operating the bare minimum of service from Seattle to keep the slot. American Airlines lobbied for the slot, badgering the DOT about it until Delta finally gave the slot up. Delta waited until the exact day when American was supposed to launch service and poked American back, petitioning the DOT to take the slot […]
Lots going on this week, including new developments in DOT regs on mistake fares, info on where United is putting its 787-9s into service, Disney World tips and Starwood’s summer promotion.