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Last month, Hawaiian Air signaled a change in direction for its frequent flyer program with the announcement of a three-tiered award structure and one-way-only award tickets. Are the legacy carriers prepared to follow suit?...read more»

The move is a response to new transatlantic carrier MAXJet. What's interesting here, long-term, is the effect the low-fare revolution may have on transatlantic flights....read more»

Both Aloha and ATA could be shedding the shackles of bankruptcy protection later this month. But it's not all sunshine and roses for the airline industry....read more»

While other airlines are backing away from Cancun and Cozumel because of hurricane-related damage, Delta announced this week it is expanding its Mexico service with two new routes to Cancun....read more»

It's good news/bad news for low-cost carrier JetBlue this week. More Caribbean routes are on the way, but fourth-quarter losses and 2006 predictions could signal higher ticket prices ahead....read more»

Ready or not, the "new" United has arrived. Now it just remains to be seen what the airline makes of its second chance....read more»

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