Congress wants less airline competition. Is anyone surprised?

If there’s any doubt Congress is beholden to the powerful airline lobby, this should settle it: An influential group of representatives has just introduced a bill that would effectively block Norwegian Air from operating between the United States and Europe.
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Fine print in FAA bill sets advocates against lobbyists, but passengers could lose

Air travelers are about to get their best shot in four years at fixing everything that’s wrong with flying — or they would if they’d been invited to the party.
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How hotels are trying to win Airbnb customers back

Airbnb’s remarkable success and a $25 billion valuation has come at a cost — to competitors. It claimed almost $1 billion in disruption revenue last year, by some estimates.
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It’s time for an Uber of the skies

Airbnb changed the hotel industry. Uber changed ground transportation. So why can’t the same change happen for air travel?
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We’re giving up our phones for a week and then we’re throwing a big party

For the next seven days, we’re giving up our phones. Seriously.
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