American matched prior increases by United, Delta, and JetBlue.
The organization estimates the potential economic impact on the industry to be nearly $30 million a year.
The “sick passenger syndrome” is officially a trend.
Delta extends corporate benefits to flights on select airline partners and United launches a new Corporate Preferred program.
Tragic event leads to serious concerns about a loophole in the post-9/11 airport security system, questioning how someone could simply hop into a plane and take off unnoticed at one of the busiest airports in the country.
Secret program follows thousands of U.S. citizens due to their travel patterns, but not because of criminal behavior.
Fliers booked on the fares can now bring on a carry-on free of charge, but it no longer has to be small enough to fit under the seat.
Using the working name of Moxy, the new carrier plans to serve smaller markets with point-to-point flights rather than routing them through connecting hubs.
Starting this fall, the new route will target the premium leisure market as well as the business traveler.
The “incredible shrinking airline seat” is again a front page news story.