Ryanair is trying to claw back credit-card refunds given to passengers who were not allowed to fly under pandemic rules.
Slots left behind when Southwest moved will be reallocated to a budget carrier in hopes of lower fare options at Newark Liberty
As the post-pandemic world emerges, Europe's budget airlines appear ready to take on each other as well as the legacy carriers.
Ryanair is cutting even walk-up fares to the bone, with the usual expectation of making it up in fees, or of taking a loss to squeeze out competitors.
PHeymont explores a travel experience with live guides and virtual travelers on an interactive livestream platform that has a lot to offer
Avelo and Breeze, the two newest U.S. mainline carriers have announcements on expansion.
Frontier has found a new frontier in nickel-and-dime airline fees.
A practical guide to daily vacation expenses once you've sorted your transportation and lodging.
David Neeleman's newest airline startup is now weeks away from operation with DoT approving an air operator certificate.
JetBlue drops some prices to compete with ultra-low-costs, but takes back some amenities.
United's upgrade deal for Basic Economy can result in a fare higher than the regular Economy fare.
As Britain enters a new lockdown, EasyJet cancels return flights, but omits important flyers' rights
Dutch courts ruled Airbnb couldn't collect from host and renter; now Airbnb is suing the suers.
New rules for short-term rentals in the Netherlands have kicked in, but they are off to a slow start as tourism lags.
With empty homes and a declining population, a town tries a new tactic to build a tourism trade and win new inhabitants.