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Flying in 2024 is more affordable, except for select destinations

Traveling this summer has become more affordable for Americans, with prices falling for airline fares. However, certain regions and destinations have seen an increase in airfare costs, particularly for trips abroad. For example, average round-trip flights to popular destinations in Asia, South America, and the Middle East and Africa have seen price hikes compared to […]

Frontier Airlines eliminates change fees as part of pricing overhaul

Frontier Airlines announced a major change in their pricing model, following in the footsteps of larger competitors as the Biden administration cracks down on “junk fees.” The budget airline will no longer charge customers a fee to change their flights, a move that aims to make the booking process more transparent and customer-friendly. Previously, Frontier […]

Maximize Your Summer Adventures with Credit Card Benefits

As the days get longer and warmer, many Americans are gearing up for summer travel. According to NerdWallet’s 2024 summer travel report, almost half of Americans are planning a summer trip that will cost an average of $3,594. While 83% of travelers plan to use a credit card to cover part of their vacation expenses, […]

United Airlines receives approval from FAA to expand fleet and routes following safety evaluation

United Airlines has received clearance from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to add new aircraft and routes, signaling a positive development for the airline after a period of increased scrutiny due to safety incidents. In a note to employees, United announced that the FAA’s Certificate Management Office has allowed the airline to restart its certification […]

Airlines push back against Biden administration’s fee disclosure rule

The airline industry is facing pushback against a new Department of Transportation rule that requires earlier disclosure of add-on fees during flight booking. Major airlines, including Alaska, American, Delta, Hawaiian, JetBlue, and United, along with trade group Airlines for America, have filed a petition in the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals to challenge the […]

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