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Would you tip a flight attendant for good service?

by Daryl Paranada Oct 9, 2013
Many travel industry employees -- hotel staff, rental car drivers, curbside baggage checkers -- receive tips. What about flight attendants?

Airbus A350 learns lessons from 787 struggles

by Stacey Vanek Smith Jun 14, 2013
The launch of the A350 comes months after Boeing's Dreamliner, and proves the benefits of going second when it comes to innovative technology.
Airbus's next-generation A350 plane about to take off from Toulouse-Blagnac airport, southwestern France, on its first test flight on June 14, 2013.
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Travel advice from the airfare watchdog

by Barbara Bogaev May 3, 2013
A lot has changed about air travel since Greg Hobica founded the site airfarewatchdog.com in 1998. But, he says, it's still possible to score a great travel deal if you follow his advice.

British Airways and Twinings make tea time tastier at 35,000 feet

by Stephen Beard Jan 30, 2013
British Airways and Twinings have teamed up to introduce a special line of teas for high altitude consumption.

Delta makes it tougher to keep elite flying status

by David Weinberg Jan 18, 2013
Delta, through mergers, was liberal in awarding elite status to frequent flyers. Now it wants to thin the elite crowds

How a pilot shortage could impact consumers

by Sarah Gardner Nov 23, 2012
Flying used to be a glamorous job, but today's pilots work long hours for less pay. What does a shortage of pilots in the commercial airline industry mean for the future of flying and ticket prices?
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U.S. global air travel doubles since 1990

by Jeff Horwich Oct 25, 2012
International air travel to and from the U.S. has more than doubled in the last 20 years to 152 million trips in 2011 according to a new report from the Bookings Institution.

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Amtrak high-speed rail to compete with airlines

by Adam Allington Oct 19, 2012
Amtrak is hoping to lure travelers away from other means of transport, like airlines, with new high-speed rail service.
Amtrak is hoping to lure travelers away from other means of transport, like airlines, with new high-speed rail service.
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Airlines squeeze seats and knees for more profits

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 23, 2012
Slimmer seats on some planes may bring bigger profits for airlines like United. But they will likely mean less comfort for passengers.

Self-serve air travel: Welcome aboard

by Sarah Gardner Jul 19, 2012
It was just a small hop from self check-out at the grocery store to self check-in at the airport. Now you can even self-tag your bags and self-board the plane. What's next?