This article looks at the steps you can take, as well as the rights that you are afforded, in the event of a flight cancellation in the U.S.
With near record volumes of passengers traveling on U.S. airlines this summer, we thought now might be a good time to give you some of our tips and tricks for whizzing through the airport.
According to the trade group Airlines for America, nearly 209 million people will fly on domestic airlines this summer. Read more to find out what this means for you.
Last week you may have seen a story in the news about a couple who thought they had booked tickets to Africa, but instead ended up in Bangladesh. Read about Fly.com’s Top 6 lessons learned from their experience.
Mother’s Day is fast approaching, but what do you give Mom as a token of your love and appreciation? Well, to give you a helping hand, we have compiled a list of some of the cheapest airfares around the country for travelers who want to visit mom or treat her [...]
Gone are the days where a smart suit, puppy-dog eyes and a nice smile during check-in could send you champagne-sipping in business class. Yes, free flight upgrades are rare and sometimes just a matter of pure luck. However, here’s a list of things you can do to increase your odds:
If you believe recent news stories, the frequent flyer reward model is about to change. Here are some things you can do to protect your hard earned miles.
Ever wondered what the total cost of your flight will be, once you factor in baggage fees, food, movies etc.? Well here is a quick guide to help you navigate all of the “extras” that you can expect for flights within the U.S.
It is hard to believe that April is nearly upon us. But, with Easter just around the corner it can mean only one thing: tax time.
In this post, guest blogger Marybeth Bond (a.k.a. GutsyTraveler – http://www.gutsytraveler.com) shares her tips and tricks on how to look and feel good after a long flight in economy.
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