Dad, thanks for the love of travel

Today is Father’s Day. I was lucky, I had a father who gave me a love of travel. He got me traveling and I am still traveling. Plus, besides travel and a chance to see another side of the world, his advice on work and life still rings true. Read more “Dad, thanks for the love of travel”

Why the 2018 Airline Quality Rating is useless

The 2018 Airline Quality Rating is useless. Research released yesterday by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Wichita State University doesn’t help real airline passengers.
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How will travelers fare under President Trump? Maybe better than you expect

When Donald Trump is inaugurated on Jan. 20, he will become the first president with an intimate, insider knowledge of the travel industry. He has owned hotel companies, giant casinos, and an airline. He has made and lost millions of dollars in the travel industry. He knows the travel industry better than any president in history.
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Hey Elaine Chao, here’s what American travelers really want

Congratulations, Elaine Chao. We have work to do. President-elect Donald Trump has promised to be the champion of the people. He has appointed you as the new Secretary of Transportation. We the people need your help to make basic changes.
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Tarmac delay rules are not “backfiring”

This airline industry is erupting with reports of a study that shows tarmac delay rules are backfiring on passengers.

They aren’t.
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