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The low-cost transatlantic carrier has flown its last flight, stranding ticketed travelers in the process. Let this serve as a reminder that not all bankruptcies are created equal....read more»

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A new list asks what's now becoming an old question: Which airlines are fee-crazy, and which are not? In most cases, the distinction lies between the lesser of two evils....read more»

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Readers share comments on United's recent meal-service cuts in coach class for Europe flights and in business class for domestic flights....read more»

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Southwest will eliminate nearly 200 routes, and Midwest will add seats and reduce seat width. No matter how you slice it, both airlines are looking to help their bottom lines....read more»

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We're collecting tips from moms and dads to share tricks and tactics for vacationing with little ones....read more»

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Passengers can now check in for their departing and return flights simultaneously, and have boarding passes for the return flight delivered by fax....read more»

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While fees for checked bags are up across the board, some airlines are now charging flyers as much as $300 to check a surfboard....read more»

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United will cut meal service in coach on Europe flights and in business class on domestic flights. Voice your opinion on this in our four-question survey....read more»

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We've gotten so many insightful, funny, and thoughtful comments that we're bringing you a roundup of discussions inspired by the summer's most popular SmarterTravel.com blogs....read more»

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Free drinks will remain in business class, but fees for snacks and sandwiches are on the rise....read more»

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