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Airline Web services prepare for takeoff

Airline Web services prepare for takeoff

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.

June 5, 2001 by in After Hours

Qantas buys Internet airline

Qantas buys Internet airline

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.

May 1, 2001 by in After Hours

Net beats agents for holiday travel bookings

Net beats agents for holiday travel bookings

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.

November 19, 1999 by in After Hours

Several airlines suspend Net-only fares

Several airlines suspend Net-only fares

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.

September 18, 2001 by in After Hours