Last week, a snowstorm described threateningly as a ‘bomb cyclone’ was bearing down on the New York area. On Thursday, the Port Authority, that runs John F. Kennedy Airport, announced the airport would temporarily shut down, then would reopen later that day. Around the world, hundreds of airlines interpreted that as OK to take-off for… Read More


Tip Of The Week Dear FlyersRights:   Boy did I get a surprise flying United Express this week!   I recently returned from a business trip to Detroit. Because of snow in Detroit my first two flights were cancelled. I appreciated that I was automatically rebooked on United Express, and I understood that my seat… Read More


  Whether your clan will drive over the river and through the woods, or take a plane – traveling during Thanksgiving is hectic. As usual, that’s the case this year as 28.5 million Americans are expected fly, an increase of 3 percent over last Thanksgiving says Airlines for America (A4A), a trade group of the airline industry. A4A… Read More