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The task force will look at the way U.S. airlines respond to and report allegations by passengers of sexual misconduct onboard commercial aircraft. More here.
The House and Senate are preparing to reconcile their versions of the FAA Reauthorization Act. Here’s the latest from ASTA on what the legislation could mean for travel agents.
The Business Travel Coalition (BTC) is supporting Senator Susan Collins’ (R-Maine) reported efforts to revive the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) ruling on airfare transparency. Here’s the latest.
Foul weather may have been dominating the headlines with respect to air travel this week, but airports and airlines have also rolled out a number of new product updates travel agents should keep in mind. Here’s what you need to know.
New York’s LaGuardia Airport led the United States in terms of cancelled flights in 2017, according to a new report on flight cancellations by InsureMyTrip.com. Here’s how the rest of the country stacked up.
Sen. Collins has reportedly developed legislation compelling DOT to revive the process, which was scrapped in December. Here’s the latest.
United Airlines has become the latest carrier to update its policy regarding carrying service and support animals onboard. Here’s what travel agents need to know.
A support peacock was denied boarding on a United Airlines flight over the weekend, in the latest twist in an ongoing controversy regarding service and support animals on airlines. Here’s the latest.
The American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) and other travel industry groups are talking about what the DOT’s withdrawal of a proposed rule on ancillary fees means for travel agents. Take a look.
Air travel will be up 5 percent over last year’s record Labor Day travel weekend, according to the latest forecast by Airlines 4 America (A4A). Here’s the latest.