Following is our regular summary of the latest travel news and best frequent traveler promotions reviewed during the past week.
If it was a good deal—or a notably bad deal—from an airline, hotel, or car rental loyalty program, you can read all about it here, and plan your travel accordingly.
If you can cram at least $1,500 worth of flying into a month, a OneGo all-you-can-fly plan might be for you.
Tired of squeezing your ever-expanding frame into those ever-shrinking coach-class seats? So is Tennessee Congressman Steve Cohen, and he wants the government to do something about it.
With fuel prices low and profits high, the airlines have come under increasing pressure to lower their airfares. Albeit belatedly, they’ve begun doing just that.
Could Spirit, the airline everybody loves to hate, become a bit less hateful? If the company’s new CEO has his way, it will do just that.
In a big win for Uber, the ride-sharing service today announced a new partnership with American, the world’s largest airline.
Was that really lobster in your bisque? Inside Edition found that one-third of the restaurants tested padded their lobster dishes with cheaper ingredients.
Based on millions of diner reviews, Yelp has compiled a list of the 100 best U.S. restaurants. Worth a look!
As one of the country’s most successful and acclaimed food purveyors, Danny Meyer knows a thing or two about service. Here are his five pet service peeves.
Enter the Jamba Juice “Pitaya Paradise” sweepstakes by February 29 for a chance to win a trip for two to the Aqua Wellness Resort in Nicaragua.
Somebody has to win, right? Might as well be you.
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- Airlines to Harried Flyers: ‘Relax, Have a Pretzel’
- How Did American Become the World’s Most Profitable Airline?
- Delta Plans to Displace Elites with Paying Passengers in First Class
After 20 years working in the travel industry, and 15 years writing about it, Tim Winship knows a thing or two about travel. Follow him on Twitter @twinship.
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