The lines at the Pittsburgh International Airport speak for themselves.
American Airlines and US Airways will merge and create the world’s biggest airline. The boards of both companies approved the merger late Wednesday, according to four people close to the situation.
Even before the snowstorm hit the Northeast, airlines were already cancelling flights.
Les Szell and John Allison worked in the airline business for years.
Although it was built to be a major hub in airline transportation, much of Pittsburgh International is now an empty shell.
Letters promising free airline tickets are flooding the mailboxes of Pittsburgh residents, but officials warn that it’s probably a scam.
Bad weather can play havoc with more than just the shorelines of your favorite beach, resort city or island paradise. It can really mess up your vacation plans, says Ruth Nagy, AAA’s managing director of travel operations.
Between higher fees and frequent delays, most airline passengers will tell you flying isn’t what it used to be. Changes are coming next month which are designed to protect consumers, but some people question whether they will be enough.
Consumer Reports recently took a look at airlines and rental car companies to see which ones are the best and worst.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -A major snowstorm is pounding the east coast and is shutting down airports in New York and New England. The impact can be felt here in Pittsburgh as travelers try to head home […]