Articles tagged “airlines for america”

Airlines

Major U.S. Airlines Sue Biden Administration Over Junk Fees Rule

Major U.S. airlines have filed a lawsuit against the Department of Transportation’s “junk fees” rule, arguing that it the rule is a regulatory overreach that would create more confusion for consumers.

Major U.S. Airlines Sue Biden Administration Over Junk Fees Rule

Airlines

Biden Administration Cracks Down on Junk Fees in the Airline Industry

The new rules would require airlines to disclose the fees of certain service upfront and streamline the process for providing passengers with refunds.

Biden Administration Cracks Down on Junk Fees in the Airline Industry

Airlines

U.S. Airlines Ask Government to Pause Additional Flights to China

The U.S. airline industry is worried that Chinese carriers enjoy an unfair advantage with access to Russian airspace and China’s government.

U.S. Airlines Ask Government to Pause Additional Flights to China

Airlines

Schiphol Airport Ups Flights After Scrapping Noise Reduction Plan

The increase in flight capacity at Schiphol for the summer comes as the Dutch government ended its controversial plans to reduce flights to tackle noise pollution.

Schiphol Airport Ups Flights After Scrapping Noise Reduction Plan

Airlines

U.S. and China in Pact to Double Weekly Flights

This agreement on flights by the U.S. and China came despite rising tensions in other areas. The pieces are falling in place for a resumption of Chinese tourism to the U.S. in larger numbers.

U.S. and China in Pact to Double Weekly Flights

Airline Weekly

Why U.S. Airlines Face a ‘Weird’ Market This Summer

U.S. airlines face the odd set up of strong travel demand but falling airfares.

Why U.S. Airlines Face a ‘Weird’ Market This Summer

Airlines

U.S. Might Delay Some Space Launches to Unsnarl Airline Traffic

Is the lobbying group for any part of the travel industry as effective as Airlines for America? The group expects 145 space launches this year, and it has the ear of U.S. authorities to try to throttle that launch schedule back.

U.S. Might Delay Some Space Launches to Unsnarl Airline Traffic

Airline Weekly

U.S. Airlines Forecast to See Busiest Ever Spring Break Travel Season

High airfares are not expected to keep spring breakers from traveling this year.

U.S. Airlines Forecast to See Busiest Ever Spring Break Travel Season

Airlines

U.S. Senators Want to Block Chinese Airlines from Flying Over Russia

The senators call out a competitive disadvantage to U.S. carriers and safety concerns, and want the "funding source to the Russian government" to end.

U.S. Senators Want to Block Chinese Airlines from Flying Over Russia

Airlines

U.S. Air-Passenger Screenings Highest Since Early 2020 Despite Flight Cancellation Saga

Ongoing flight cancellations in the U.S. haven't deterred passengers trying to fly from Point A to Point B. But airlines and airports aren't winning many fans.

U.S. Air-Passenger Screenings Highest Since Early 2020 Despite Flight Cancellation Saga