2016-12-09T11:01:10ZHow much is that fee on your airline? Click here to see a complete list of what the top U.S. carriers are charging.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZYou need to speak to a human being at an airline because a website's FAQs just aren't cutting it. Check out this list of phone contacts to reach the carrier you need to contact, grouped by regions of the world.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZWhat global carrier won the top spot in AirlineRatings.com 2017 airline awards? Which ones won in categories including best first and economy class?
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZAirline gift cards, frequent flyer miles and lounge passes make great gifts for the travelers in your life. Click here to see your options to buy them.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZIt doesn't happen often, but several times a year, someone dies while onboard an airline flight. Read how flight crews handle it when it happens.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZClick here for website links, phone numbers and information to more than 20 airlines based in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZLearn how to handle online flight check-in at 13 global airlines to save time and avoid waiting in lines at the airport.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZWant to know the list of the world's safest airlines? Click here to see the top 10, as determined by the Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZWhich airlines are the safest in 2016? AirlineRatings.com has chosen the top 20 carriers, led by Australian flag carrier Qantas.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZClick here to see how we bust 10 myths about airfares and airline tickets. We cover everything from airline ticket name changes to paying for upgrades.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZAirlines have myriad policies for transporting pets, both carry-on and checked. Click here to see the rules on the top seven U.S. carriers.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZThe top 10 U.S. airlines have different policies on how they accommodate overweight passengers. Click here to see what you can expect on your next flight.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZCheck out my list of 10 airline passengers, ranging from bin hogs to seat kickers, that you don't want to see on your next flight.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZIf you travel regularly, consider an airline-affiliated card. Click here for the benefits offered by 10 U.S. carriers.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZMany airlines have grown wise to the potential in weddings - from offering group discounts to registries online. Air travel and weddings are increasingly going hand in hand as airlines offer more to this market.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZA list of the main types of published airfares.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZBecause Rule 240 is interpreted differently by each airline that has one, it is best to check the policy of the airline that you'll be traveling on.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZWhat can you expect when the weather could affect your travel? Read here for general guidelines on airlines' flight cancellation policies.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZHere's a guide to the busiest airports in the world, with facts, details and information you need to know about San Francisco International Airport.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZClick here to see a list of the top 10 safest - and five least safe -- commercial aircraft currently flying according to aviation safety groups.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZWith the holidays fast approaching, air travel will become more hectic. Click here for 10 tips that can help passengers survive the process.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZClick here for information on the one world alliance, made up of 15 global airlines.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZClick here to learn what happens when one of the pilots on your plane is incapacitated or dies while flying from point A to point B.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZClick here to read about FAA rules and regulations that guide commercial airline pilots in the United States.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZWant to know how you are guaranteed to get kicked off a plane? Click here to read my 10 ways that it will happen.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZWe offer travelers links and information to everything they need to know about British Airways.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZA new survey by Expedia outlines the most frustrating passengers on airline flights. See which bad behaviors made the cut among those surveyed.
2016-12-09T11:01:10ZClick here to see how major airlines based in Europe handle -- or not handle -- passengers of size who may need an extra seat before taking off.