Purchasing an airline ticket means you agree to the terms of the airline's "contract of carriage." But many travelers don't realize these contracts are written in the airline's favor, limiting your rights when something goes wrong.
More airlines are adding lie-flat seats in premium cabins, extra legroom seats in coach and enhancing Wi-Fi to attract higher spending road warriors.
Major airlines appear to have selectively matched sale fares that Southwest and subsidiary AirTran unveiled on Tuesday, USA Today reports.
Elite status in an airline loyalty program used to be an exclusive club. But benefits have slowly eroded as more people gain status or purchase the same level of priority access.
A new survey reveals which U.S. airlines to fly if you're looking to land a rich sugar daddy or sugar mama. Really.
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United Airlines will cut 1,300 jobs and reduce flying in Houston after losing a fight to block Southwest Airlines from adding international flights there.
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Aircraft manufacturer Airbus is offering extra-wide coach seats to airlines ordering their Airbus A320 jets. But is the move simply a way for airlines to accomodate larger passengers, and charge extra for more space?
JPMorgan suggests getting on board with the airlines, pronto. They say the group is about to take-off! But before you hop on, the Fast traders have a word of warning.
Southwest, which dominates domestic air travel, is expanding internationally. A new reservations system and international terminal are part of the carrier's emerging, global presence.
Summer vacations are making a comeback after a stay-at-home recession, but consumers still say they want to watch costs. Here are 20 ideas to lighten the load.
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Stocks finished deeply in negative territory Friday, after the government reported that hiring slowed in April, fueling worries over the strength of the economic recovery. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq posted their biggest weekly drop this year.
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The FMHR traders discuss the state of the U.S. homebuilders industry, with Mike Murphy, Rosecliff Capital. CNBC's Kate Kelly also reports on Southwest Airlines' latest fuel strategy.
Southwest Airlines has long been considered the industry's most aggressive and dominant player when it comes to the energy derivatives markets, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
Chesapeake Energy said it would not extend a controversial compensation plan for Aubrey McClendon that provided him with a right to personally invest in the company’s new wells. The New York Times reports.