Jun 28, 2017 - by Nancy Tuitama
SAN FRANCISCO, June 8, 2017 United Airlines (UAL), the leading carrier in the San Francisco Bay Area, today announced it is increasing the number of flights
between SFO and eight destinations. Additionally, the airline announced it will convert select regional jet flights to larger mainline aircraft in
ten markets. These schedule enhancements build on previously announced new service from SFO to seven U.S. cities beginning June 8.
Jun 01, 2017 - by Nancy Tuitama
A new policy from Delta Air Lines will allow travelers to upgrade to a premium cabin on any one segment of a trip, rather than the entire inbound or outbound part.
Delta customers can now purchase upgrades to Comfort One, first class or Delta One for one part of a journey—someone flying from Paris to New York with a stop in London will be able to upgrade to first class...
May 31, 2017 - by Nancy Tuitama
American Airlines says their new boarding process, which includes NINE different groups, is helping to simplify the boarding process. Nine seems like a
lot – so we’re waiting to see how things play out before making a judgement call on whether it’s simple or actually more complicated for passengers.
So, if you’re an American Airlines passenger, be sure to take note of which boarding group you’re in. The first four...
May 10, 2017 - by Nancy Tuitama
We’ve all seen the pictures of security checkpoint lines that seemingly snake through the entire airport. Maybe you’ve even waited in one of those lines? The good news is the TSA has been hiring staff. And, airlines are investing in more modern (and faster) screening equipment.
According to a survey released by Travel Leaders Group, traveler satisfaction of overall airport security rose to 67.5% this year. That’s a slight increase...
May 03, 2017 - by Nancy Tuitama
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is testing new procedures at 10 U.S. airports that require people to carry less in their carry-ons.
Carry-on bags are just too cluttered, making it hard for screeners to do their jobs the TSA said.
In addition to their laptops, passengers are being asked to remove all devices larger than a cellphone, including tablets and e-readers, as well as food
and books, and place them...