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Southwest 737 jet approaching runway (Photo: iStockPhoto/Lowell Sannes)

Southwest announced it will begin serving Boston with twelve daily departures by the fall, routes and destinations to be determined. Get ready for some airfare competition....read more»

Millimeter Wave Passenger Imaging Machine Used by TSA (Photo: Transportation Security Administration)

Full-body imaging scanners have been in place in several airports for months, but this is the first time they will replace metal detectors in the security line....read more»

Prague at Dusk (Photo: Philippe Colombi)

EasyJet is "giving away" 300,000 hotel nights in Europe. Well, sort of....read more»

Photo: JetBlue

JetBlue customers who book flights between February 1 and June 1 and are laid off on or after February 17 can receive a full refund from the airline....read more»

Photo: Index Open

United plans to disconnect its customer relations phone number and instead ask passengers to email or (gasp!) real-mail their gripes and praise....read more»

Carrying luggage through terminals (Photo: Index Open)

The airline is reducing its size limits, bringing its carry-on policy in line with most other carriers. Bags that don't fit within these limits will need to be checked and incur a $15 fee....read more»

A Continental Airlines plane crashed outside Buffalo overnight, killing all 49 people aboard. Continental has set up an information hotline for family of the victims....read more»

Photo: Virgin America

Virgin's first flights from Beantown will also be the carrier's first with in-flight Wi-Fi. The airline hopes to offer the service on all flights within months....read more»

American Airlines 767 jet (Photo: iStockPhoto.com/Hal Bergman)

This summer, American will join the growing number of carriers switching to cashless cabins. Your money is still good at American, of course, just make sure it's plastic....read more»

Southwest 737 jet approaching runway (Photo: iStockPhoto/Lowell Sannes)

The no-frills airline may be adding a significant perk to its planes. Is Southwest feeling pressure from other Wi-Fi enabled carriers, or simply courting business travelers? Probably a little bit of both....read more»

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