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SmarterTravel.com's sister site SeatGuru compares the different shipping options in its travel tips section....read more»

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Passengers will have a few new routes to choose from this holiday season, but many are wondering where all the cheap flights have gone....read more»

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In an effort to trim fourth-quarter capacity, American and American Eagle will eliminate numerous flights from Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, and New York's LaGuardia airport....read more»

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The carrier is looking to introduce in-flight Internet (for a fee) on a broad number of flights. Is this finally a service passengers won't mind paying for?...read more»

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United has brought the minimum stay back to life. The rule is essentially another piece of red tape wound around the airline's lowest fares (which, by the way, were just raised)....read more»

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Delta will hand out rebates to customers who felt they didn't get a fair shake when the airline issued its second-checked-bag fee. Do you have $25 heading your way?...read more»

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Another airline will charge for something that was formerly free. Passengers will now pay up to $15 to select a seat online, while it still costs nothing to do so at the airport....read more»

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The country's second- and fourth-largest airlines hope to reap the benefits of a merger without suffering the pitfalls. We find out what the arrangement means for you....read more»

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Twenty-eight passengers are suing to challenge the proposed merger, saying it will create a monopoly and lead to higher fares and worse service. The airlines disagree, of course, but who's right?...read more»

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Air Canada is also trimming flights. These cuts, coupled with those from other airlines, are pulling overall capacity back down to 1997 levels....read more»

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