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By May 2025, if you don’t have a Real ID, passport or trusted traveler program card (such as Global Entry), you will not be able to fly.
It’s a very limited trial, but it offers some hope to families who worry about being able to sit together due to the carrier’s open seating policy.
A detailed look at the stunning co-located lounges that are accessible to qualifying American Airlines, British Airways, and oneworld Alliance customers.
Several big-name airlines are offering nonstop flights between U.S. cities like New York and Los Angeles.
Want to fly off to Tahiti? Paris? Thailand? Check out these Cyber Monday deals for inspiration for your next getaway.
The low-cost airline is getting its ducks in a row to be able to fly to foreign markets.
The holidays often bring with them some of the most congested days at the country’s airports and on the roads.
From Google Flights to Hopper, this is how to use algorithms to get the best airfares.
Scott’s Cheap Flights is one of the best ways to find cheap international and domestic flight deals. Get a premium membership for just $24 per year this Black Friday.
Here’s what to know before you attempt to bring that tasty souvenir or home-cooked meal through airport security.
French airline La Compagnie is kicking off Black Friday early with a “Blue Friday” special on its all-business flights for travel through fall 2023.
The much-anticipated improvement over its worn-out predecessor will officially open to the flying public on December 8.
The low-cost carrier is expanding its transatlantic service beyond London.
Biometrics promise a future of passengers moving through airports more quickly and seamlessly. But passengers have to opt into the technology in order for it to take off. Are enough travelers convinced?
The U.S. Department of Transportation continues to crack down on carriers and is issuing millions in fines over compensation owed for canceled and significantly altered flights.
United’s kids’ meals are back after being put on pause during the pandemic. These are the other airlines that offer special meals for traveling tots, too.
The United Club Fly wants Club members to help themselves to grab-and-go food and drinks for their flight—no secret stashing required.
Just in time to skip the long lines during the busy holiday travel season.
After launching a monthly flight subscription service earlier this year, Alaska has added a new destination and is throwing in a complimentary status upgrade—for a limited time.
According to the ruling, the agency acted within its authority when it required that masks be worn on airplanes and in U.S. airports during the pandemic.
Remember when you could greet friends and family at the gate in what now feels like a bygone era of air travel? At these hubs you actually can.
The airline has hinted at one of its top contenders for new destinations across the pond.
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