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6 Shocking Air Travel Predictions (Some of Which Actually Came True)
Does this sound familiar? "Flight delays and cancellations at a rate of more than 25 percent (yes, that's 1 out of every 4 flights); a record number of lost bags and planes packed to capacity. And the airline industry scored below the IRS in customer satisfaction." That's not about the recent
Puppy Bowl 2015 Showdown Is Serious Dose of Canine Cuteness
"GMA" invites adoptable puppies from the Connecticut Humane Society to face off in the annual tradition leading up to the Super Bowl.
Kids Alone on Planes: What to Know About Safety, Food and Fun
You may have heard American Airlines is raising the age limit in its unaccompanied-minor program to include kids 12 to 14. I generally applaud this because some kids may need extra help, but I'm not crazy about the price tag: That $300 round-trip fee may actually dwarf the price of the kid's
Letting Loose on 'The Bachelor'
Max bottom Suzanne that means wouldn't talk about the bachelor Mandela got sent home last eight on the show and said it was time for the winning to tell all. Oh joining us all the juicy details our senior bachelor analyst Jack good to be better get it to John. Women telling all. They they came
4 Summer Travel Savings Myths Busted
I love summertime. It always reminds me of corn on the cob, burgers on the grill, homemade ice cream, and, I suppose, this is where I should mention trying to fit into last year's bathing suit. But, mostly, I love summer vacations. If gas prices have you down, head to the airport. Sure, the cost of
Virgin America, Virgin Group Are Taking Off, Much Like Billionaire Richard Branson
A billionaire kicks off his shoes, jumps on a nearby ottoman and asks the crowd gathered round to blast away. Clearly, this is not your average rich guy, but doing the expected has never been Richard Branson's style. The founder of the vast Virgin empire was in Dallas earlier this month (at the
5 Air Travel Predictions for 2012
The burning air travel questions of the coming year: Will fees rise? Will our tickets cost more? Will Alec Baldwin disrupt our flight? And what about finding true love or lust on a plane? See number four. Now, normally, my prognostication skills don't extend to all areas of modern life - for
Southwest revising frequent flier program, will eliminate blackout dates
Southwest Airlines will introduce a new loyalty program today that rewards its high-spending customers and injects more flexibility into redeeming awards. The program, which takes effect March 1, converts Southwest's current credit model into a point-based system, introduces membership tiers,
Southwest CEO Weighs In on Merger
Gary Kelly says merger with AirTran will mean more low fares and more flights.