Airline customers who have flights cancelled or significantly delayed should be aware that the law doesn’t really protect you.
The flight was headed from Tampa, Florida to Atlantic City, New Jersey when airline officials say there was a lightning strike.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has officially become a partner in running the Atlantic City Airport. The new partners hope that will mean more flights in and out of the resort.
A newly approved 10-year deal places management of the Atlantic City International Airport in the hands of the same people who run bridges and airports in North Jersey and New York.
By Jim Donovan: Virgin America soared to the top of the latest Consumer Reports ratings of airlines in its debut appearance on the list, receiving some the highest satisfaction scores CR has seen in years. […]
By Jim Donovan: Spirit Airlines is celebrating its new service in Philadelphia by giving away 25 million frequent flyer bonus miles. The give-away will happen this Thursday morning, May 16, 2013 at the IndependenceVisitorCenter. Spirit […]
By Jim Donovan: Spirit Airlines has added Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) to its route network. I have to admit that I am not a big fan of the airline’s nickel and diming of customers with […]
Spirit Airlines has announced it will begin daily nonstop flights to Las Vegas from Philadelphia International Airport beginning April 25th.
JetBlue, US Airways and Spirit Airlines are offering waivers to customers who wish to reschedule their flights without the typical fee of up to $150.
Next year, low-cost Spirit Airlines will begin flights out of Philadelphia International Airport.
By Jim Donovan: Spirit Airlines has announced yet another round of fee increases related to luggage and at least one boost is a real doozy! You may recall that Spirit already charges passengers a fee […]
By Jim Donovan: Spirit Airlines passengers will now be paying a new $2 fee that the carrier has added to the cost of a plane ticket. The airline is calling it a “Department of Transportation […]
It is a blow to hopes of expanded air service into and out of Atlantic City as AirTran announces it will cease service there in early January.
An expansion of service has begun at Atlantic City International Airport, with an additional round trip to Chicago five days a week, and more to come.
Most airlines are charging for checked bags, but starting today, one discount air carrier will begin charging for some carry-on bags.