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Inflation is curbing our appetite for "revenge travel."
Demand for oil has come back a bit, but it's still lower than it was before the pandemic.
The last quarter wasn't a good one for carriers.
On the agenda: concerns around checking passengers' temperatures and contact tracing.
Traveling will look very different during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Consumers paid $1.3 billion to check bags in just the first three months of the year, but airfares are at an all-time low.
Seeking less competition, global airlines are opening stops in smaller cities. But can the new routes survive?
If you’re wondering why airfares are relatively low at the moment, the answer is that there are a lot of inexpensive seats being offered by what’s called “ultra-low cost carriers.” Those fares from airlines like Frontier and Spirit are keeping the market competitive for bigger airlines, and passengers are benefiting. But with rising oil (and, […]
Lower airfares are making it easier to book travel to destinations across the Atlantic, especially to Europe, this summer. Competition between low-cost and traditional carriers are helping to bring prices down. But how long will this last? Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
You may not know it, but if you’re a member of a credit card rewards program, you’re probably sitting on unused miles for airlines that you’ve never used before. Several credit card reward programs give consumers the option to simply convert those points into airline miles for non-domestic carriers like British Airways, Singapore Airlines and […]