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Airline mergers are complicated things. But do they need to be this complicated? No way....read more»

The Air Transport Association says the "Registered Traveler" program "would appear to serve more as a revenue-generating scheme than a security program that would benefit passengers." Amen to that....read more»

It had to happen eventually, right? Find out how much each of the low-cost giants have raised their prices....read more»

United is poised to emerge from Chapter 11 a leaner and more efficient airline, but even three years of bankruptcy protection may not be enough to save it....read more»

The results are in from Travelocity's yearly travel poll, and they show a continued interest among U.S. travelers in overseas destinations. Which countries are we visiting this year?...read more»

The low-cost airline continues to make inroads on international routes, targeting a May launch date for its Bermuda flights....read more»

European low-cost carrier Ryanair is making news again with another move that affects our wallets. Is it a good thing?...read more»

Alaska Airlines became the latest carrier to add a flexible travel dates search to its website when it introduced the "Low Fare Finder" option on its homepage earlier this week....read more»

The move provides Web-enabled mobile devices immediate access to flight check-in information, as well as the option to cancel boarding passes if necessary....read more»

The neverending battle between Travelocity and Expedia, the two largest players in the online travel agency mix, took another interesting turn this week. Are consumers the real winners here?...read more»

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