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How airlines plan to have their way with fare disclosure

The U.S. House of Representatives’ suspension calendar is an unlikely ground zero for a midsummer battle over airline ticket advertising. […]

Who really benefits from “custom” airfares?

Mention a “custom” airfare to Joan Eisenstodt, and she’ll admit that she’s worried.

Look out! Here comes the airfare transparency bill war

Will the real airfare transparency bill please stand up?

Will new bill let airlines hide ticket prices?

At best, the proposed Transparent Airfares Act of 2014, a bipartisan bill introduced this month in Congress, would open a […]

Are “custom” airfares good – or evil?

One way or another, the way you buy an airline ticket is about to change.

My cruise ship broke down and left me high and dry

Douglas Kauffman had the misfortune of being booked on the Celebrity Millennium. You may recall the propulsion problems that caused a string of cancellations late this summer.

Time to get real about real-time airfares

Sue Marcus was looking for a flight from Washington to Tulsa. Instead, she found trouble.
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