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  • Southwest unveils its first international routes

    Southwest unveils its first international routes
    Southwest Airlines introduced its first international destinations Monday, with flights that will start July 1. The Dallas-based airline will fly once a week from Orlando International Airport to Aruba and daily from OIA to Montego Bay, Jamaica. The...
  • Mexico flights boost local economy

    A study whose results were announced this week found that John Wayne Airport's service to Mexico injected about $131 million into the local economy, including revenue from the added airport operations and visitor spending. "This study shows the...
  • Southwest flights cut at Bob Hope

    Southwest flights cut at Bob Hope
    Bob Hope Airport officials announced this week that Southwest Airlines will be making major cuts to its fall schedule, but the airfield and the company have different explanations for the change. Starting on Sept. 29, Southwest will eliminate 42 round-...
  • Family finances: Top airline rewards cards

    If you're loyal to a single airline, using a card affiliated with that carrier can make sense. BRITISH AIRWAYS VISA SIGNATURE http://www.britishairways.com Annual fee: $95 Interest rate: 15.24 percent Miles per dollar: 2.5 for British Airways...
  • Rules for frequent fliers are changing

    Rules for frequent fliers are changing
    Frequent-flier miles have taken me around the world. African safaris, a snorkeling trip on the Great Barrier Reef, a Baltic Sea cruise and treks in the Himalayas have all been possible thanks to airfare paid with miles. So it was a shock when a group...
  • U.S. sues to block American Airlines-US Airways merger

    U.S. sues to block American Airlines-US Airways merger
    After years of airline mergers that have dramatically reduced choices for travelers, the U.S. Justice Department has sued to halt what would be the largest airline marriage in U.S. history. The Justice Department joined six states and the District of...
  • Ask Airfarewatchdog.com: Refunds when the price drops

    Ask Airfarewatchdog.com: Refunds when the price drops
    Q: A few years ago, I used Yapta, which tracks airfares and alerts you when the price of your flight has gone down after purchase so that you can apply for a "fare drop" flight credit on a future flight. It worked very well. But like many things I...
  • Boston travel info

    THE BEST WAY TO BOSTON From LAX, American, JetBlue, Virgin America and United offer nonstop flights to Boston, and Southwest, Delta, US Aireways, United, AirTran and Jet Blue offer connecting flights (change of plane). Restricted round-trip fares begin...
  • Another merger mystery

    Another merger mystery
    Every time two airlines merge, the same questions arise: Who wins? Who loses? And what will it mean for consumers? Because no two mergers are the same — each involves a unique set of routes, cultures and equipment — there are no...
  • San Francisco crash delays flights in and out of JWA

    At least 12 flights between John Wayne Airport and San Francisco were canceled Saturday after a jetliner crashed while landing at San Francisco International Airport earlier in the day, according to JWA's website. Seven departures from and five arrivals...
  • JWA sees more passengers in 2012

    Over the course of last year, John Wayne Airport saw more than 8.85 million passengers pass through its gates — a 2.9% increase over the 8.6 million passengers in 2011, an airport traffic report said. The number of travelers passing through JWA's...
  • Report: American Airlines only 58% on-time in September

    Report: American Airlines only 58% on-time in September
    American Airlines had the lowest number of on-time arrivals of any airline this September, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation's Air Travel Consumer Report released Thursday. Only 58 percent of American flights arrived on time and 3.1...