International air travelers on a few select airlines will be able to surf the Web at 35,000 feet from next year, but questions remain over how eager passengers and carriers will be to pay for sky-high e-mail. Commercial aircraft giant Boeing Co.
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All 565 U.S. airports subjectto federal oversight have met safety and security requirementsfor the Year 2000 rollover, the government said in a report tobe released Tuesday.
United Airlines unveiled a wireless booking feature on Monday. Passengers with WAP-enabled cell phones can buy an e-ticket for most United flights originating in the United States by going to www.
The crash of Australia's first Internet airline does not spell disaster foronline travel bookings. In fact, Impulse's online booking model proved sopopular, that it threatened the country's national carrier.
America West Airlines has marked its return to Washington National Airport by offering an Internet fare sale, the company said Monday. Closed after the Sept.
An FTC official explains why the feds are taking a long look atB2B sites in the airline, auto and other industries,especially ventures linking longtime rivals. Full story.
The cheap e-fares are out there -- and they might be getting cheaper.Which is great news for flyers -- frequent or not -- as there's nothing quite so popular in air travel as a cheap ticket.
More Internet users booked their Thanksgiving flights online this year than through travel agencies or the airlines, a study by PC Data Online disclosed Friday. Of the 2,079 home-based Internet users who were surveyed that were flying during the Thanksgiving holiday, 38 percent made their reservation online.
At a time when the airlines are struggling to get customers to fly, many of the largest carriers have temporarily shelved one of their most effective promotions: e-fares. United Airlines, American Airlines, US Airways and TWA were among the carriers that posted notices on their Web sites announcing that they have suspended Internet-only discount fares since last Tuesday's terrorist attacks.
Consumers trying to get a deal on airline tickets or hotel rooms on priceline.com (Nasdaq: PCLN) will be able to get extra discounts if they sign up for Internet service from Prodigy Communications Corp.