It appears that Northwest is trying to find its way out of bankruptcy with a Compass. Northwest's new commuter carrier, Compass Airlines, is scheduled to begin flying in more»

The airline will stop flying its regularly scheduled service on April 17. Instead, Hooters will "now focus on flying charter flights for large groups such as sports teams and tour groups." more»

Travel across the country was disrupted Tuesday as protestors shouted "Non!" to the government's proposal to reform employment law and make it easier to fire young workers. more»

Fueled by anger over wages and health benefits, forthcoming contract negotiations could result in bitter disputes between union members and employers in the hospitality industry. more»

Delta might benefit financially by selling Comair, but without its regional carrier, will Delta's loyal passengers be forced to look elsewhere for Comair's 1,000 daily flights? more»

This Sunday's New York Times travel section features a good analysis of international airfare passes that ambitious travelers may find useful. We at SmarterTravel have covered these offers individually in the past and the Times' Susan Stellin effectively points out who may benefit most from more»

"This is your mess, you fix it," arbitrator Richard Bloch told Delta and its pilots after two weeks of hearings. more»

The early reviews are in for Toronto's mega-musical "Lord of the Rings" stage production, and so far they're pretty more»

For years we've recommended the Seat Guru website as the best resource for checking the quality of a particular airplane seat when making your online seat selections. Now there's a new airplane seat-rating site in town. more»

Southwest announced earlier this week that its "Ding!" software—which alerts users to special sale fares not available through the airline's weekly email alerts—is now compatible with Macintosh computers. more»