United’s Bad Week With Travelling Pets

March 19, 2018 Daniel Morley

This past week has been a week to forget for United Airlines as three separate incidents with passengers’ pets have caused a PR nightmare for the airline. One incident involved a passengers pet passing away


U.S. Airlines and Their Varying Pet Policies

March 14, 2018 Thomas Pallini

Following the crackdown on faux emotional support animals and the two United Airlines incidents this past week, it is important that travelers know what to expect when bringing their pets onboard airplanes. For example, did


Chicago O’Hare Eyes Dramatic Expansion

February 26, 2018 Daniel Morley

The nations third busiest airport may be getting bigger. The Chicago Tribune is reporting that the city of Chicago and the airlines serving Chicago O’Hare are nearing an $8.5 billion deal to expand the airport.


ANA’s 8-Hour Flight to Nowhere

December 27, 2017 John Flett

Japanese airline All Nippon Airways, or ANA, made headlines Wednesday when flight 175, their scheduled 11-hour flight from Los Angeles International Airport to Tokyo’s Narita Airport, turned back to LAX mid-flight when the crew reported


United Adds San Francisco to Tahiti Service

December 13, 2017 Matthew Garcia

United Airlines has announced nonstop service from San Francisco to Tahiti starting on Oct. 30, 2018, marking the carrier’s 13th new international destination this year. The new South Pacific route from the Bay Area to


United Looking into Acquiring ExpressJet Stake

December 11, 2017 Ashley Magoon

United Airlines is looking into possibly acquiring an ownership stake in ExpressJet, according to Bloomberg. The regional airline is a subsidiary of SkyWest and currently holds a codeshare agreement with United. Potential goals and benefits

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