Travelers Prefer The Right Side Of The Plane, Study ClaimsThe experiment, carried out by Edinburgh University in Scotland, found that travelers overwhelmingly prefer to sit on a plane's right side regardless of how the seat chart or plane diagram is presented to them.
'Time Travel' Flights Take Off In 2018, Land In 2017Thanks to a well-timed trip across the International Date Line, a handful of flights actually traveled from 2018 back to 2017 on New Year's Eve.
JetBlue Drops Tickets As Low As $31 For One Day Flash SaleJetBlue's super savings are giving travelers a massive break on tickets for a small window of days around Halloween.
Round-Trip Flights Under $100 As Southwest Starts 72-Hour SaleFall travelers may want to quickly pack a bag and hop on a flight to take advantage of Southwest Airline's blockbuster sale.
Seen At 11: Travel Complaints May Be Intentionally Hidden On Airlines' Websites Lost luggage, delays, and cancellations may have some wanting to complain, but are those complaints ever heard?
Experts Warn Of Hidden Costs Of Bargain AirfareExperts warn that with those bargains could come some other issues you never bargained for.
How To Travel With ToddlersPractical advice for parents who are planning a trip with their small children.
Trade Group Warns Travelers Of Crowded Airports This Thanksgiving HolidayIf you're flying somewhere this Thanksgiving, expect planes and airports to be even more crowded this year, according to a forecast from trade group Airlines for America.
Seen At 11: Travelers Keeping Tabs On Luggage With GPS TagsNew GPS technology can help you keep track of your luggage, even if it gets lost at the airport.
Flight Delays Come To An End After FAA Furloughs Are LiftedCongress approved a bill Friday allowing the U.S. Department of Transportation to shift about $250 million within the agency and put 15,000 air traffic controllers back on the job full-time.
Blumenthal: FAA Furloughs 'Enhance Risk' At Nation's AirportsThe FAA announced all of its 47,000 employees, including 15,000 air traffic controllers, will be furloughed one day every two weeks through September.
Sequester Budget Cuts To Hit FAA, May Trigger Nationwide DelaysAbout 50,000 FAA employees including 15,000 air traffic controllers are being forced to take a furlough day every other week until the end of September because of the cuts.