JetBlue Airways is looking to expand next year at both the Providence and Worcester airports.
Some airline customers won’t see savings this weekend even though several federal taxes on tickets have expired.
New rules will force airlines to reimburse passengers for lost luggage. But, there’s a catch.
It’s a staggering number: $3.4 billion. That’s how much airlines made last year in baggage fees, according to a government report.
I’m thinking I should get out more and maybe I’ll have a better understanding of why we take it on the chin (for lack of the exact body part) day-in and day-out.
With a little assist from Boston College, SATA Airlines has given the flight from Boston to Lisbon, Portugal and the Azores a big lift.
The U.S. government is adding new protections for travelers when airlines lose their bags, bump them off flights or hold them on the runway for hours.
More airlines are hopping on board another move to increase fares and surcharges to reflect the ever rising cost of jet fuel.
Why do most major airlines raise or decrease fares altogether? If one airline raise prices usually they all follow and if they don’t then the airline that first increased prices rolls them back. Is there collusion within the airline industry? – Brad, Peabody
Even though energy and food costs are rising, Massport is cutting some fees it charges to airlines at Logan Airport.