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Most common excuses used by airlines to avoid compensation payouts

Air passengers have experienced time and again the difficulties of claiming for compensation after suffering a long delay or missed connection.

Australian tourism: Air passengers face triple-whammy of taxes

The tourism industry says air passengers face a triple-whammy of taxes at a time when the sector is struggling.

Most luxurious first-class airline cabins

When San Francisco law firm operations director Jeffrey Lais was due for a well-earned vacation, he booked himself a first-class ticket to Munich on Lufthansa.

ATA projects full flights during Thanksgiving travel season

WASHINGTON - The Air Transport Association of America (ATA), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S.

Carriers decry Wellington Airport landing fees

Air passengers will be the losers if Wellington International Airport is allowed to over charge airlines $117 million in landing fees over the next five years, airlines say.

ATA comments on proposed passenger screening plan

WASHINGTON - The Air Transport Association of America (ATA), the trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, today commented on the U.S.

The tale of two airlines: One falters while other reports double-digit...

It is ultimately a sign of the volatility of the current economic climate: some airlines are profiting, while others simply can’t. Take United Airlines and Etihad Airways for an example.