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Private Travel Perks

Conroe company offers a new way to fly: As much as you want for flat monthly fee

By Jonathan Rienstra

A new Texas startup hopes to save super-commuters from the hassles of airports with the convenience of private flights. Texas Air Shuttle is stepping into the growing Uberization of the sky with al ...

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Corporations, they're just like us! After bad breakup, American Airlines and Orbitz kiss and make up

By Claire St. Amant

Just three days after a very public breakup, American Airlines has restored its relationship with travel website Orbitz. The Fort Worth-based airline withdrew its flights from Orbitz and its subsid ...

Less Friendly Skies

Fare enough: Texas-based airline and Orbitz part ways on search for cheap tickets

By Claire St. Amant

Passengers looking to compare airfare prices through Orbitz will no longer see American Airlines flights among the options. The Fort Worth-based airline has withdrawn its flights from Orbitz and it ...

Up In The Air

A new top ranked U.S. airline emerges in something of an upset, while United Airlines is shut out

By Claire St. Amant

Fresh off a hotly contested expansion to Dallas Love Field Airport, Virgin America has been named the top domestic airline for the seventh year in a row. The distinction comes courtesy of Travel + ...

Up In The Air

Houston gets exotic new nonstop flights with United Airlines expanding its international map

By Nicole Appleby

United Airlines is adding a new Latin American destination — and Houston gets to be the launching point. United will fly nonstop to Santiago, Chile, from George Bush Intercontin ...

Fine Print Flights

Bargain hunter alert: Southwest offers fares as low as $49 — but read the fine print

By Claire St. Amant

Fresh off a fine for false advertising, Southwest Airlines is debuting a new ad campaign promising $49 one-way flights. This time, though, there looks to be enough fine print to cover their tail wi ...

The Not-So-Friendly Skies

Those $59 fares were too good to be true: Southwest Airlines fined for false advertising

By Claire St. Amant

The U.S. Department of Transportation announced a $200,000 fine against Southwest Airlines for violating federal rules on truthful advertising. Because it is a repeat offender, Southwest was fined ...

Missed Connections

Bush Intercontinental among worst airports to make flight connections but has best lounge

By Whitney Radley

Travelers through Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport may not have problem finding a willing make-out partner, but they might have difficulty making connections in flights.  ...

Up In the Air

United Airlines ups the Dreamliner ante, orders more new stretch planes — and look at that fuel burn

By Whitney Radley

More state-of-the-art aircraft are on the way for United Airlines, which has increased an order from The Boeing Company to include 20 additional 787-10s. The Chicago-based carrier expects the first ...

Fly Smart

Houston gets the airline terminal of the future: New $156 million Hobby airport home aims to be "airy"

By Whitney Radley

Southwest Airlines has unveiled updated renderings of its new terminal at William P. Hobby Airport, a 280,000-square-foot facility that will host the carrier's first international flights ...

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