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4/23/2018  |  by Barbara Peterson

The news comes after the deadly accident aboard one of its flights last week.

4/18/2018  |  by Barbara Peterson

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

4/18/2018  |  by Barbara Peterson

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

4/17/2018  |  by Paul Ruden

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

4/16/2018  |  by Kerry Tice

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

4/13/2018  |  by Richard D'Ambrosio

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.

4/13/2018  |  by Barbara Peterson

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

4/5/2018  |  by Barbara Peterson

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

4/4/2018  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

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).

4/2/2018  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

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.