Haul out your frequent flyer card from your wallet. Now take a good look at it. Can you spy a small logo which says Oneworld, Star Alliance or SkyTeam? If so, that card could unlock plenty of prized travel perks of which you may be...

Federal regulators are withdrawing a proposal that would have allowed air travelers to use their cellphones at high altitude. Ajit Pai, Chairman of the United States Federal Communications Commission, called the original plan “ill-conceived,” and said in a statement that he did not believe it...

When Delta overbooks a flight, they let their passengers decide how much getting bumped is worth. Here’s how it works. When passengers on overbooked flights check in online or at the check-in kiosk, they’re asked what the dollar value of the travel voucher they would...

United today announced 10 substantial changes to how it flies, serves and respects its customers. The changes are the result of United’s thorough examination of its policies and procedures, and commitment to take action, in the wake of the forced removal of a customer aboard United...

If an airline involuntarily bumps you and isn’t able to get you to your destination within two hours (four hours for international flights) of your originally scheduled arrival, federal regulations require the airline to pay you 400% of the cost of your one-way flight, up...

The U.S. decision this week to ban laptops, tablets and other personal electronic devices aboard U.S.-bound flights from 10 airports in eight Muslim-majority countries has left travelers with a lot of questions. This handy guide outlines the basics of the new rules and, for folks...

Most North American airlines gave up on true international first class several years ago, but elsewhere, especially in the Middle East, Asia and Europe, it has persisted. Now, however, even many of those airlines are deciding it’s no longer prudent to invest in six to...

The U.S. and British governments are barring passengers on some international flights from mostly Middle Eastern and North African countries from bringing laptops, tablets, electronic games and other devices on board in carry-on bags. Passengers flying to the United States from 10 airports in eight...

Nothing can ruin a trip faster than getting caught up in airline delays or cancellations. Knowing your rights as an airline traveler can help ease the situation. In some cases, airline travelers may be due compensation from the airline. Airlines won’t always alert you to...

Confessions from air travel industry vets provide us with a dizzying array of things we’ve never thought about the many times we’ve nestled into those “cozy” (said no one ever) airline seats. Read here. [button size='medium' style='' text='More News' icon='fa-rss' icon_color='' link='https://www.tlcorporate.com/travel-wire/' target='_self' color='' hover_color='' border_color=''...

REVOLUTIONIZING THE WAY BUSINESS TRAVELS