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Air France Warns of Drop in Travel to France After Attacks

Air France, facing a strike by cabin crew at the height of the summer vacation season, is warning of pressure on its finances amid concerns about France as a tourist destination after a string of deadly attacks.

Remembering TWA Flight 800

By Larry Neumeister | Jul 18
Family members of the 230 victims of the TWA Flight 800 crash gathered with those who tried to rescue their loved ones on a Long Island beach to mark the 20th anniversary of the disaster.

Hidden Cities: The Secret to Low-Cost Airfare

By Winnie McCroy | Apr 25
Summer is around the corner and it's peak travel season, which means it could take a toll on your budget. Fortunately, we've got some travel hacks for getting to your destination at half the price.

5 Tips For Affordable Air Travel

By David Koenig | Apr 16
As you start to book summer travel, a debate is rising about whether airlines make it too hard to choose the most affordable options.

EU Approves Anti-Terror Plan to Collect Air Passenger Info

INTERNATIONAL | By Lorne Cook | Apr 15
European Union lawmakers approved Thursday a scheme to share airline passenger information that nations hope to use to track foreign fighters travelling to and from conflict areas like Syria and who might pose a danger in Europe.

Senate Refuses to Stop Airlines From Shrinking Seat Sizes

By Joan Lowly | Apr 8
The Senate refused Thursday to come to the aid of airline passengers squeezed by the ever-shrinking size of their seats.

American Drops 24-Hr Free Hold on Reservations

Apr 1
American Airlines is ending its policy of letting customers hold a trip reservation without paying for 24 hours.

Airlines Dodge Legislation Aimed at Curbing Excessive Fees

CORPORATE | By Joan Lowy | Mar 19
A Senate panel approved an aviation policy bill Wednesday after a partisan fight over whether airlines gouge consumers with fees for basic services like checked bags, seat assignments and ticket changes.

Bill Would Standardize the Way Airlines Disclose Fees

FINANCE | By Joan Lowy | Mar 12
The government would standardize the way airlines disclose fees for basic services like checked bags, seat assignments and ticket changes so that passengers can more easily comparison-shop the full cost of flights.

U.S. Airlines Vie For Flights to Cuba

By Scott Mayerowtiz | Mar 3
U.S. airlines are looking to serve Cuba primarily from their large hub cities, with Havana being the most popular destination.

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