Not the first airline to join this movement, Air Asia is dedicating sections of their flights to passengers that are children-free.
Airlines have already beat the record set last year, now halfway through 2012. The industry is on pace to bring in over $4 billion in bag fees.
Next year, United plans to re-outfit over 150 of its Airbus planes with new, lightweight seats, enabling the airline to add another row of passengers to the new configuration.
Travelers' need to connect is being met as airlines are allowing usage of cell phones in-flight on international trips. The FAA is looking into soon allowing flyers to keep their electronic devices on during take-off and landing.
The over 1,000 flights canceled and 12,000 delayed in the last month are putting the squeeze on American's operations and customers aren't happy.
The new craze of taking pictures of food is great when you're home, but also gives a new element to sharing photos of food on the road.
Breakfast is well known as the one meal that business travelers care about at hotels but buffets are just not doing it. Some hotels have some interesting ideas to improve the experience.
The International Air Travel Association says the checkpoints of the future are around the corner. Using finger prints and retinal scans, travelers will be able to breeze through security.
United Airlines customers experienced some glitches on the website that did not allow users to book or change flights.
From wireless chargers to power cell backpacks, there are a lot of new and innovative ways to charge your mobile devices while you're on the road.
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