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Airline regulator issues harmonized baggage rules for international flights

OTTAWA – The Canadian Transportation Agency says that starting in the fall, passengers on international flights through Canada will be subjected to just one set of rules governing baggage allotments and fees even if they use a number of carriers. 190 more words


American Airlines, US Airways Merger Means New Policies, More Baggage Fees

Change is inevitable in a new relationship, and often one partner will give a little more than the other. That appears to be the case with the $17.7 billion American Airlines and US Airways merger. 459 more words

How To Guide: Flying on the Cheap

My friend came up with a pretty wonderful idea, although my travel stories are pretty awesome so far, I should maybe write a “how to” guide on traveling on the cheap. 1,220 more words

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2 Big hands for United Airlines

By CityFella

Okay, airline travel is horrible. There was a time. the airlines competed for passengers,  touting service, leg room and champagne flights.  There were wide-bodies aircraft with two, three aisles. 388 more words


United Airlines Cracks Down on Size of Carry-On Bags

United Continental Holdings

(NEW YORK) — United Airlines is cracking down on oversized carry-on bags.

The airline is placing new bag-sized kiosks at security checkpoints to catch people trying to avoid bag fees. 58 more words


12 reasons why I fly Southwest

In my intro article, I go into some of the reasons why I prefer Southwest Airlines to others.  However, it’s worth spelling out in detail some of the things I just luv about the company (cheesy I know).  1,755 more words