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Are Mystery Flights Worth It?

The Wall Street Journal ran an interesting report on “blind booking” flights. This is a marketing ploy of sorts that’s been around for a while, and while it often means a traveler doesn’t know where he or she is going, the trip will be cheap. Is it worth it? Mystery… Read More

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Airline Route Update: Added Cities, Dropped Cities

Airlines are constantly tinkering with schedules, and here is the latest. Much of what follows comes from the folks at AirlineRoute.net. Airline Route Changes Click any of the cities to find the cheapest flights from your hometown. Air France: Adds more Paris – Havana flights in October. American: Drops Philadelphia… Read More

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Some Dogs Fly Better than You Do

They fly better than I do, too, if they take advantage of what Travel + Leisure calls American Airlines’ new “cuddle class.” In other words, first class for dogs, cats, whatever. In case you think this is a joke, we confirmed the story with American. Note: Canine cuddle class is… Read More

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Complaints about Flights Rise Nearly 50%

If you had a problems with a flight in June and you got upset, you weren’t alone. According to the latest Department of Transportation statistics, complaints rose by 47.3% in June compared to June 2014. LISTEN: Travel expert Rick Seaney says, make your voice heard. What People Complain About The… Read More

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Frontier’s Toll-Free Phone Number Disappears

Need another sign o’ the times? Frontier airlines dropped its toll-free customer service number last month, according to the Denver Post. Now if you want help you’re obliged to call a Salt Lake City number – 801-401-9000 – which will cost you if you use a landline. Why Frontier Dropped… Read More