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Feds Probe Possible Collusion Among Airlines To Push Airfares Higher With Limited Seating

The U.S. government is investigating possible collusion among major airlines to limit available seats, which keeps airfares high, according to a document obtained by The Associated Press.



It’s Not a Suitcase, It’s a Coat: and Other Holiday Flying Tricks

Additional baggage fees, be  damned!  Somebody finally has invented the one item we’ve all been clamouring for, since the Wright brothers flew out of Kitty Hawk… a suitcase you can wear. It’s called the Jaktogo, […]


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United, Continental Airlines Raise Fares To Offset Fuel Costs

United and Continental airlines are raising fares on many U.S. routes by $10 per round trip.


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Airlines Raise Fares Due To Rising Fuel Costs

Major U.S. airlines are raising prices to cover rising jet fuel prices.


One-Way Flight From LAX To San Diego Costs Whopping $577

Need to get to San Diego fast? That’ll cost just $577, please.


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Southwest, Jet Blue Announce Holiday Sales

Southwest Airlines Co. announced a sale Tuesday, the latest effort to fill seats during the slow winter season, and JetBlue offered deals on expanded service between Southern California and Las Vegas.


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What Recession? Airlines Roll Out Hefty Fee Hikes

The economic downturn has introduced a slew of new airline fees, so if you’ve got the traveling itch, you may want to make sure you have the cash before you scratch.