KLM Airlines to allow social media payment options


KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, known for its innovative uses of social media in simplifying travel for their customers, has just become the first airline in the world to allow their passengers to pay for flights via social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Previously, customers were able to use these sites for services such […]

Travel News: Week of May 22nd, 2013

United 787 Boeing Dreamliners back in the air after lengthy grounding

Top Travel News United 787 Boeing Dreamliners back in the air after lengthy grounding American Airlines New Boarding Process Airlines collected over $6 billion in fees last year American: Fliers who carry on less can board earlier Trade group predicts crowded airports and planes this summer U.S. Airlines Forecast A Sunnier Summer Mexico and Puerto […]

Travel News: Week of May 15th, 2013

Summer Vacation Flight Guide

Top Travel News TSA Pre-Check now good for some international flights! Feds to debut computer kiosk for U.S. citizens entering country at O’Hare Spirit Airlines switches toll-free lines to not-free 801 area code Why UK passengers pay more on Ryanair: And why this man’s victory could open the floodgates Pilotless passenger planes prepare for take-off […]

Travel News: Week of May 8th, 2013


Top Travel News All 8 Dreamliner airlines reschedule services Frontier’s New Carry-on Fee American Airlines to launch hourly service between New York and Los Angeles Virgin Galactic sells tickets for first space flight Southwest Airlines to start no-show policy in Sept. Man With Tourette Syndrome Banned From Flight After Saying ‘Bomb’ AA-US Airways merger will […]

Travel News: Week of May 1st, 2013

Simple Tricks Can Make Your Vacation Cheaper

Top Travel News Air-Controller Furloughs to End as FAA Acts on New Law Ethiopian is first airline to resume 787 flights Passengers May Now Receive Notification of TSAPre Eligibility on Boarding Passes United Jacks Up Change Fees, Earns the Cranky Jackass Award from crankyflier Second US carrier raises ticket change fee Alaska Airlines adding power […]

Travel News: Week of April 24th, 2013

FAA Approves Boeing's Battery Fix for 787

Top Travel News FAA Approves Boeing’s Battery Fix for 787 FAA to proceed with closure of 149 control towers L.A. gang member retraining group opens Homeboy airport cafe A Weekly Twitter Travel Chat You Won’t Want To Miss Despite Tensions, Tourism To North Korea Continues Canada opts for body scanners that show stick figures Airbus […]

Travel News: Week of April 17th, 2013

American Airlines Adds 9 New Destinations Out of LAX

Top Travel News American Airlines Adds 9 New Destinations Out of LAX FAA orders inspections of Boeing 737s Carnival slashes prices to $149 and looks to Asia Flights across the N. Atlantic could get a lot bumpier in the future if the climate changes as scientists expect Airport Baggage Handler Accused of Stealing $84,000 Worth […]

Travel News: Week of April 3rd, 2013

Which is the safest seat on an aircraft?

Top Travel News Speeding tickets out of state Small Pacific island airline starts charging fliers by weight Delta miles now expire when you do Flyer alleges United under-awards miles Restaurant publicly shames no-shows on Twitter Airplanes haven’t been this full since 1945 Horn on new Princess ship to play ‘Love Boat’ theme Some Russians use […]