If you're flying to the United States or United Kingdom from Turkey, Egypt, Morocco or certain other cities in the Middle East, listen up.
Now that we all have our own screens, airlines can save money by not installing them—and make more money by charging us to get online.
In spite of initial fears, Canadian permanent residents and dual citizens holding a passport from one of the seven banned Muslim-majority nations can still enter the United States. But the situation is confusing, volatile and worth keeping eyes on.
American Airlines is now charging its lowest-class passengers to stow luggage in their overhead bins. It’s just the latest step in a business trend that’s netting airlines billions every year.
If you’re bumped from your flight in Europe, you could get compensated in cash, put up in a hotel or even get a full refund. If you get bumped in Canada, you’re not guaranteed any of that.
Last year, major airlines reported 10,854 incidents of unruly passengers aboard their fights. What happened next?
Canadian air-transport authorities have finally published guidelines for Canadians flying domestically with medical marijuana—but it’s not an easy process.
Air Transat has stopped offering gluten-intolerant, halal and other special meals on their transatlantic flights. Here’s how the trend began in the first place, and where airlines might go from here.
It’s been more than 25 years since Air Canada went from state- to private-owned. Now it’s they’re talking about privatizing airports. Should travellers worry?
Immunizations, certificates, safety, airline rules, allergies, rabies—if you’re planning to bring a pet on your next flight, there’s a heck of a lot you need to know.