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  • New Online: Visas, Airfare Search

    New Online: Visas, Airfare Search
    You seldom have to wait long for the next online innovation. Here are three recent developments that can make your travel a bit easier or more rewarding. Online Turkish Visa. It's not even June yet, but Turkish Airlines initiated what may become the...
  • Routehappy Seating Report: The good stuff

    Routehappy Seating Report: The good stuff
    More than 50 percent of the long-haul international flights to/from the United States now offer flat seats in business class and about 47 percent offer semi-premium or true premium economy. That's according to a new seating study by Routehappy, the...
  • Travel worries -- real and imagined

    Travel worries -- real and imagined
    The upcoming Ides of March is an appropriate time to look for bad news, and you don't have to look very far. But beware: Although some popular travel worries are red herrings, others are on target. Popular Worry: The standard for distributing airfare...
  • Frequent flyer awards: The new standards

    Delta and United have recently devalued their frequent flyer programs for travel starting next spring. United's changes are effective February. Delta, for some reason, decided to make two changes, one effective February 1 and another effective June 1....
  • Seniors on the Go: Forget the hype; want matters is the contract

    Seniors on the Go: Forget the hype; want matters is the contract
    Travel suppliers woo you with all sorts of hype: great service, comfort, whatever. But what you actually get is sometimes a lot less than you thought you were promised. And if you have any sort of argument, what you can legally expect is not what's in the...
  • Southwest and JetBlue get landing slots at Reagan National Airport

    Southwest and JetBlue get landing slots at Reagan National Airport
    Southwest Airlines and JetBlue Airlines will soon increase service to and from Washington's Reagan National Airport, thanks to the results of an antitrust lawsuit. To settle an antitrust suit and allow the merger of American Airlines and US Airways, the...
  • Weekly jobless claims disappoint at 339,000 after upward revision

    Weekly jobless claims disappoint at 339,000 after upward revision
    WASHINGTON -- Initial jobless claims were higher than expected last week at 339,000 and figures for the previous week were revised upward, the Labor Department said Thursday. Economists had expected the number of people filing for first-time...
  • Attorney general lays groundwork for airline merger settlement

    If American Airlines and US Airways divest themselves from "key" airports, the U.S. Department of Justice may be willing to drop its challenge to a merger plan for the airlines. That is the word from U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr., who said the...
  • Janet Yellen defends Fed stimulus efforts at confirmation hearing

    Janet Yellen defends Fed stimulus efforts at confirmation hearing
    WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve chair nominee Janet L. Yellen strongly defended the central bank's stimulus efforts under questioning at her Senate confirmation hearing Thursday, saying the controversial bond-buying program has helped the economy recover....
  • Five things to watch for at Janet Yellen's confirmation hearing

    Five things to watch for at Janet Yellen's confirmation hearing
    WASHINGTON -- The last time Janet L. Yellen faced a Senate confirmation hearing, she shared the witness table with two other nominees for about 90 minutes, answered a handful of relatively mild questions and was on her way to an easy confirmation to be...
  • Summers predicts Yellen will 'do a great job' as Fed chief

    Summers predicts Yellen will 'do a great job' as Fed chief
    WASHINGTON -- Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers, who was the perceived front-runner to be the next Federal Reserve chief until he pulled out in the face of liberal opposition, predicted Wednesday that nominee Janet L. Yellen would be a...
  • Justice Department and airlines agree to mediator in merger suit

    Justice Department and airlines agree to mediator in merger suit
    The U.S. Justice Department's lawsuit to halt the proposed merger of American Airlines and US Airways may be resolved without a court battle. The two sides have agreed to meet with a mediator at the suggestion of the judge who was set to hear the...