USA 3000 sticks to its game plan

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Airlines and Christmas cheer don't always go together but The Inquirer had a story last Sunday that did. I was remiss last weekend in not posting... Read more

Airlines keeping fees despite lower fuel costs

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As we have mentioned several times before, airlines are hanging on to their fees for checked-baggage and other services that once were included... Read more

DOT finds flaw in its tarmac-delay data

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The Department of Tranporation just started collecting data on long tarmac delays from the airlines but has already found a flaw in what was... Read more

Southwest applies for rights to fly to Canada

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Southwest has made no secret of its desire to start international service and has an agreement to provide code-share flights with WestJet, a... Read more

The column: Looking back at PHL's improving performance

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Today's Winging It column takes a look back at how PHL's customer-service reputation imrpoved in 2008, and at other important events that affected... Read more

Continental crash at Denver probed for cause

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We know we're late catching up with Saturday night's Continental Airlines accident at Denver International Airport. For those who come here to... Read more

More airlines cut international fuel surcharges

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Fuel surcharges are coming down on more international airlines as carriers try to stimulate traffic in a recession. Read a little more here. Read more

How Southwest figured out its boarding process

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Another air-travel, aviation blog I recently discovered, Jetwhine, has an informative post today about how Southwest Airlines studied human engineering... Read more