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Flying somewhere? You’re not going to like what’s next

I’ve seen the future of air travel — at least the kind of future the airline industry wants — and […]

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 […]

For you, a special price: more!

Mark Hegeberg thought National would reward him with a lower price in exchange for his loyalty to the car rental company. So when he was looking for a car in Mexico, he clicked on the company's website and volunteered his Emerald Club number.

Are airline fees being fairly disclosed?

Air travel is full of surprises, some good, many not.
  • Farelogix CEO: If government interferes with fare transparency, “all sides will suffer”
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Farelogix CEO: If government interferes with fare transparency, “all sides will suffer”

Apart from a few soundbites, the airline position on fees hasn't been fully articulated. So I asked an airline to do just that.

Weekend survey: When should an airline or travel agent show the “all-in” price?

When should an airline or travel agent show the "all-in" price, particularly when it comes to fees that used to be part of the ticket? Take the weekend survey and tell me.

No cheapo hotel: fees double price of “discounted” hotel room

If this isn't a bait-and-switch, I don't know what is. Jonathan Yarmis thought he was getting a $375 a night room rate at the Hotel Bauer in Venice, marked down from $537.