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Southwest Airlines Steps Up Engine Inspections Following Deadly Accident
Southwest Airlines Steps Up Engine Inspections Following Deadly Accident

This week’s tragic accident puts an end to a nearly decade-long stretch of zero fatalities aboard commercial flights on U.S. carriers.

'60 Minutes' Exposé About Allegiant Stirs Up Agents and Industry Officials
'60 Minutes' Exposé About Allegiant Stirs Up Agents and Industry Officials

Both the airline and the FAA are under scrutiny regarding questions raised of airline safety compliance and enforcement.

What Is the Duty of Travel Agents Regarding Airline Safety Issues?
What Is the Duty of Travel Agents Regarding Airline Safety Issues?

Travel professionals must increasingly take precautions to disclose critical information about air travel to consumers, and then let them make their own decisions.

Why Is Watching ‘Jane Peel Potatoes’ More Exciting than What You’ve Got to Say?
Why Is Watching ‘Jane Peel Potatoes’ More Exciting than What You’ve Got to Say?

Video is here to stay and travel agents who embrace it are reaping the rewards. 

New Airlines Set to Shake Up International Travel
New Airlines Set to Shake Up International Travel

A new crop of startup carriers is seeking to challenge the status quo in the airline industry, both in the U.S. and abroad.

Agents React to Air Canada’s New Fare Structure
Agents React to Air Canada’s New Fare Structure

With the introduction of five economy fares, the carrier has added to the growing challenge for Canadian agents, that of explaining multiple fare options to consumers.

Delta Air Lines Says Some Customer Payment Info Possibly Exposed in Cyberattack
Delta Air Lines Says Some Customer Payment Info Possibly Exposed in Cyberattack

The breach took place from Sept. 26 to Oct. 12, 2017. 

Expedia Europe Clients Will Not Face Air France-KLM Surcharge
Expedia Europe Clients Will Not Face Air France-KLM Surcharge

Leisure and corporate travelers in Europe booking through Expedia Group will not have to pay the €11 one way/€22 roundtrip surcharge that Air France, KLM and low fare carrier Hop! recently began charging for flights sourced through global distribution systems (GDS).

Department of Transportation Grants New Rights to Havana to Five U.S. Airlines
Department of Transportation Grants New Rights to Havana to Five U.S. Airlines

Despite the news, air service to the island nation, which opened with high hopes in 2016, hasn’t exactly lived up to expectations.

Airline Cabins Aren’t as Infectious as You Thought
Airline Cabins Aren’t as Infectious as You Thought

Passengers are generally safe from a sick passenger with the flu sitting at least two seats or one row away, a recent FlyHealthy study finds.