Veteran travel industry analyst Henry Harteveldt at Atmosphere Research says airlines in the coming years will move away from terms like ‘fare’ and ‘ticket’ and toward terms like ‘price,’ ‘journey’ and ‘experience'. More [button size='medium' style='' text='More News' icon='fa-rss' icon_color='' link='https://www.travelleaderscorporate.com/insights/travelwire/' target='_self' color='' hover_color='' border_color=''...

Code-sharing, where one airline puts its flight number on another airline’s flight and sells it as its own, is growing more frustrating in many cases. The disconnects between connecting airlines have gotten more complicated as airlines unbundle services and create fees for things that used...

A number of the country’s top carriers have announced rules that would limit the use of high-tech bags, over fear of potential battery combustion. American Airlines led the charge on the ban. The carrier noted a policy change that “Beginning Jan. 15, customers who travel...

The Jan. 22 deadline is nearing for state compliance with federal Real ID requirements. U.S. state driver's licenses that comply can be used to pass through Transportation Security Administration checkpoints. All but a handful of states and territories have achieved compliance or have achieved an...

On Saturday, December 9, 2017, six airlines – American Airlines, American Shuttle, Delta Shuttle, JetBlue, Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines, and Spirit Airlines – will relocate terminals at LaGuardia Airport.  The airline relocation will help to improve the travel experience and accommodate the ongoing redevelopment to build a new unified LaGuardia with better amenities,...

Security measures have taken effect on all US-bound flights to comply with government requirements aimed at avoiding an in-cabin laptop ban. The changes mean that travelers could face brief interviews at check-in or at the gate. Several airlines have implemented different policies to comply, including...