What does the airline have to pay you by law if they lose your bags?
City Council members heard from Gurly Gibson, an official at the Embassy of Liberia in Washington, D.C. She said her country’s situation is dire and that officials believe a halt to air travel would would be “a death sentence.”
When it comes to booking Thanksgiving airfares, travelers don’t get too much flexibility around the Thursday holiday. The days with the highest fares are the days the most people want to travel – the Wednesday before, and the Sunday after.
Gate Guru can ease the pain of air travel delays, offering detailed maps of all major airports and terminals as well as a review of dining options.
While there are many apps keeping an eye on the departure and arrival times of planes, it’s hard to find one that does it better than FlightTrack.
What does the law say about when an airline has to honor your air miles?
There’s no federal law that protects passengers in the event of what’s called a force majeure event which is an event like bad weather that’s out of the airline’s control.
Many of the people at Philadelphia International who spoke to KYW Newsradio Sunday say things were not very complicated at all
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Getting on an airplane this holiday season? What does the airline have to pay you by law if they lose your bags?
Passengers whose flights were delayed in Los Angeles on Friday afternoon were still making their way into Philadelphia early Saturday morning.
Samoan Air announced plans last month to add an XL class for its larger customers to provide larger seats. Which means the airline is going to start weighing passengers.
WhichAirline is a new app that aims to compete with larger travel sites by offering comparison shopping from low cost and legacy carriers, as well as online travel agencies.
PlaneFinder 3D shows you live air traffic overhead, letting you pan and zoom to get a sense of how many flights are within close proximity to you.
A new study quantifies what you might feel when you’re on a plane: the productivity loss blamed on the ban on electronic devices during takeoffs and landings.