Airlines Get 'Enforcement Notice' From Feds Regarding Obligations To Customers During Coronavirus PandemicEven if passengers are owed a refund, they must still contact the airline directly, according to Rick Seaney, the CEO of Farecompare.
Texas Getting $23M For Public Transportation Rebuilding After HarveyThe U.S. Department of Transportation will provide more than $277 million to help hurricane-damaged public transportation in Texas, Florida, Georgia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin islands.
New Report Gives US Airlines Better Grades Across The Board The airlines are getting better at sticking to their schedules and are losing fewer bags. Their customers seem to be complaining less often.
American Airlines Proposes Flights To CubaAmerican Airlines wants to fly customers to Cuba out of DFW International Airport.
City Of Dallas Drawn Into Gate Fight At Love Field, Files LawsuitThe City of Dallas is squeezed between competing legal claims over gate use at Love Field, so the city is asking a Federal Court to decide the issue.
Couple In Tug-Of-War With Moving CompanyWeeks after moving to Texas, Cari and Brett Myers are still living in a virtually empty home. "By and large, everything is still on the truck," said Cari.
Airline Delays, Cancellations Rise From Last YearThe 14 airlines covered in the government report canceled 1.2 percent of their U.S. flights in August, up from 1.0 percent a year earlier.
Winter Flight Cancelations Were A RecordThis winter was the worst for fliers in the 20 years that the government has been collecting data, the Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
With Vacationers Home, Airlines Boost On-Time MarkAirlines are doing a better job of staying on schedule now that fewer people are flying.
New North Texas Highway Projects Recommended, Others Remain StalledRelief may soon be on the way for hundreds of thousands of North Texas commuters.