American Airlines’ recent announcement that it has revamped its domestic fare structure is a big deal
Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air is poised to impose fees on carry-on bags stuffed into overhead bins, all part of what it describes as its “ongoing effort to develop an innovative, new approach to travel.”
Few agents currently view airline ancillaries as an opportunity to charge or increase fees according to a survey from Travelport
GRS – that’s the new acronym being adopted to describe global distribution systems and their evolution – admittedly by the GDS themselves.
JetBlue says it will be debuting a fast-track security product at select airports “in a couple of months.”
Airphil Express plans on unbundling its fare structure with ancillary services and self-service options now that it has extended its 2009 technology partnership with Sabre Airline Solutions.
Jay Sorensen says “airline CEOs embrace bag fees like nothing he’s ever seen.” And, guess what? Fee-love is in the air for the hotel industry, too, he says.