Southwest is serious about changing its infamous "cattle call" boarding more»

The move brings to mind images of Southwest's "cattle call" more»

Delta is phasing in a "new" approach for its long-distance routes: more»

LAN Argentina, an affiliate of LAN Airlines, announced today it will begin flying a new nonstop between Miami and Buenos Aires effective August 15. more»

JetBlue has started flying between New York (JFK) and Jacksonville, the airline's sixth Florida destination. more»

More and more people I know, and know of, seem to be heading way south on excursions to Antarctica. What was once the realm of only the hardiest scientists and explorers is now creeping into leisure territory. So it's no surprise that one of the topics of the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting going on in Edinburgh right now is sustainable more»

Delta has asked a bankruptcy court for a four-month extension of the existing deadline under which it must file its reorganization plan. If approved, the airline would have until November 8 to file its plan. (The current deadline is July 11.) more»

TurnHere, a website with short films about places people like to visit, officially launched last week. It's a good idea that holds up pretty well in practice too. It offers video peeks into a specific neighborhood or way of looking at a city, for instance San Francisco's Chinatown or pizza in New York City. more»

Summer solstice is just around the corner, and that means major free musical festivals around the world. Among the oldest and best organized festivals is Paris' Fête de la Musique, and if you'll be in the area on June 21, you shouldn't miss it. Just before dusk, musicians and revelers start pouring out into the streets. Then music takes more»

British Airways is making some revisions to its baggage policies, including a new pricing scheme for excess baggage and changes to carry-on weight limits and traveling with more»