United follows Delta into the world of variable points prices for award travel.
With perhaps more optimism than is called for, the founder of failed discount airline WOW hopes to return to the air by June.
The end was sudden but predictable for one of the splashiest ultra-discount carriers.
A consultant's proposal that Swiss railways bring back third-class travel to compete with cheap buses is meeting opposition.
An unusual bargain-finding service focuses on long-term and also supports striking teachers.
Italy says Ryanair's no-free-carry-on rules are unfair and anti-competitive.
Ryanair is offering a one-time annual fee to cover its 'upsell' fees, and offering some customer service improvements as well.
It may be no-frills and have lots of fees, but Frontier Airlines is offering a genuine good deal for family flying.
The airline's continuing budget-driven tightening up cuts a Newark to Paris route and some European routes from Rome.
Ryanair's bid to become "the Amazon of travel" takes a detour as it closes down its package-holiday division.
Discount carrier Allegiant adds 16 new routes, including its first to Alaska.
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A new subscription scheme offers travelers three weekend breaks a year for £50.
Ryanair shut down its on-line check-in site for 12 hours, emailing passengers to check in early... if they got the email.
Perhaps easing pressure on both, Iceland's two discount airlines will continue as separate operations but with one ownership.