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American Airlines is increasing by $5 each the amount passengers pay to check a first and second bag, helping the world’s second-largest carrier boost revenue from sources other than tickets...

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Airline passengers will see fewer nonstop flights, less convenient travel options and possibly higher ticket prices and fees in the coming months as major carriers make big capacity cuts this fall season for the second year in a row...

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British Airways is taking the fight for customers to the no frills carriers by launching a 'value calculator' on ba.com. The new tool will allow customers to check the true cost of Ryanair and EasyJet's added charges versus the value of BA's full service...

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Lufthansa and Brussels are now offering codeshare flights on selected long-haul routes as part of their agreement to expand their cooperation and open up their networks to each other’s passengers...

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United Airlines is continuing its refresh of meal and snack service on North American flights, making items from the popular new Choice Menu available in additional markets…

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Airlines around the world now spend millions of dollars annually upgrading their inflight entertainment systems, but iPods and other mobile entertainment gadgets could render all that useless...

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On a shoe-string, stuck or just need some shut-eye? Avoid Paris' Charles de Gaulle at all costs, but embrace Singapore's Changi, according to a survey that rated the world's 10 worst, and best, airports to sleep in...

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On Tuesday, the Senate Commerce Committee unveiled its version of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2009 which includes important Airline Passengers' Bill of Rights provisions. Among those provisions...

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Persistent economic downturn, worldwide, reduced the Lufthansa passenger count in the first six months of 2009. The biggest German airline consequently failed to match its performance level in the first half last time round. Passenger numbers at Lufthansa fell in the first half of 2009...

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The Singapore Airlines A380 will make its grand entrance today in Hong Kong when the world’s largest passenger aircraft touches down at Hong Kong International Airport...

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