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Today, of course, airlines everywhere are scaling back, devising ever more ways to cut, condense, or charge customers for
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Also on HuffPost: 2. JetBlue With its stylish cabins and overall hipness factor, Virgin America again is our readers' favorite
Want to know who ranks high? Hopper took a spin through their 2015 rankings to find you the absolute best airlines in the United States, according to ... well, according to you!
Ahh, what a breath of actually fresh air. The airlines with the cleanest cabins were announced Tuesday as part of airline
It does exactly what you think it does. The site examines 6 million domestic flights to determine which one will most likely
1) Qatar Airways: The national carrier of the State of Qatar connects to just about everywhere. Its ultra-modern airport
Travel is an ice-jammed nightmare now, but travelers have been getting used to more problems: Last year was one of the worst
"We have a lot going on at the moment and it is too early to speak publicly about them," Casey emailed Civil Beat Monday
It's The Little Things Be Tech Savvy A recent Zagat survey ranked airlines and rated food service. Of the top ten international
Delta came in second in the "traditional airline" category with a score of 682, while Air Canada's 671 points earned the
A bizarre truism about frequent flyer miles is that the easier they are to get ahold of, it seems, the harder they are to
There are many ways to rate an airline, and, indeed many have taken a stab at naming the best. There are the world's best
The results of the SKYTRAX 2012 World Airline Awards were announced Thursday at the Farnborough International Airshow, ranking
The topic of which airline is the best is a much-debated one -- every traveler has an opinion as to which carrier is tops
The top prize for economy class airlines domestically is JetBlue, followed by Southwest, Continental, AirTran and Delta. WATCH
2010-11-18-virgin.jpgBoarding the plane, I feel like I'm entering -- well, not a plane. Not a club. Something sort of in between. Maybe it's the clubby, dance music pumping just loud enough to put a swivel in your hips.
From rude stewardesses to plasticine food, flying is a painful experience for a lot of us. As the airline industry struggles