Two recent spectacles conjure up the robber-baron era, when corporations ruled the country. Last week at an International Aviation Club luncheon in Washington, D.C., the US Department of Transportation (DOT) undersecretary for policy, Derek Kan, said that the government is keen on just staying out of the way of the aviation industry and letting the market play… 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

Your boarding pass and driver’s license could be replaced by your biometric data in the not-too-distant future. Instead of handing your boarding pass and ID to a TSA agent, you could be placing two fingerprints on a scanner to be recognized. JetBlue is testing facial-recognition check-in for a few flights in June, and Delta Air Lines plans… Read More