Now that the major U.S. airlines are profitable again, more travelers are reporting higher satisfaction with their flights.
It looks like the airline consolidation trend is trickling down beyond the legacy carriers to the next tier. Virgin America is in play, and JetBlue and Alaska are vying to win the game. Additional suitors may emerge before this is over.
It may be more expensive, but more environmentally friendly services help ensure that the sites people are coming to see will still be there for generations to come.
Direct flights are a destination's lifeblood and so Explore Fairbanks hopes to build on these China Air flights from Tapei bringing planeloads of tourists to view the aurora.
Politicians have always had naming rights for highways, airports, rivers and mountains. The 25th U.S. president, William McKinley, never had a real connection to the country's tallest mountain and today the peak's name gets a little more Alaskan and authentic. It is a thing of beauty, either way.
Despite claims that new technology has decreased the pollution caused by cruise ships, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises and Holland America Line continue to get busted for violating the law. Will cruise ships really ever go green?
Communication is difficult when you're trying to inform families of victims while at the same time telling 2,000 people's families that they are OK.
The way United's Rainey talks about unbundling and rebundling products for maximum revenue it seems like an exercise in razzmatazz rather than giving customers something of enhanced value.
Tough economic times have made Yakutat officials more receptive to welcoming cruisers, who increasingly are looking to capture a slice of local life in addition to their selfies.