What do you want for the holidays? If you’re Paulina Want, how about a little honesty? “All I want for Christmas is a little honesty from the travel industry”
Travel bans. Shootings. Viral passenger videos.
No one will forget the past year in travel. How could they? But what does it all mean for your 2018 trips? “It’s been a wild year for travel. What’s ahead for 2018?”
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is being asked to investigate car rental “convenience” fees, a step that could lead to stricter regulation of these unwanted — and often undisclosed — extras. “Senator to Federal Trade Commission: Stop car rental “convenience” fees!”
What do you want for the holidays? If you’re Paulina Want, how about a little honesty?
“All I want for Christmas is a little honesty from the travel industry”
Government fines against airlines for consumer rule violations are on track to hit a six-year low as the U.S. Department of Transportation’s enforcement actions shift from punishment to preventing infractions. With only a few weeks left in 2014, the DOT has issued 23 consent orders that assess $2.6 million in penalties — $4.5 million less than last year. That’s the same number as in 2009.
“Federal government wraps up quiet year for traveler protections”