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Know Before You Fly – Drones in Our Skies

The future of aviation undoubtedly includes Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), remotely piloted aircraft often referred to as drones. That said, it is important to remember that airspace is shared space – U.S. airlines alone operate nearly 30,000 flights per day – and it is imperative that safety remains the number one priority for all of […]

5 Ways Your Airline Shows Love

Love is in the air! And we’re not just talking about Valentine’s Day travelers. Here is how airlines are showing how they feel about you. New planes – Modern aircraft are being delivered to airlines each week! Improved onboard amenities – Airlines are improving the customer experience and working to bring you all the comforts […]

How Airports Want to Increase the Cost of Air Travel

A family of four could do a lot with $56 – enjoy a meal out, buy shoes for the kids or even pay bills. But if the same family books air travel for a summer vacation, that money could quickly leave their pockets and pad the already robust budgets of airports across the country. Why? […]

5 Resolutions for 2015

It’s that time of year when we all feel compelled to make resolutions about our lifestyle. Eat better, get fit, reduce stress, save money and improve performance at work. As we move toward the deadline for FAA Reauthorization, the U.S. airline industry has some resolutions of our own that would help improve air travel for […]

When Facts Get in the Way of a Bad Story

Sometimes the truth gets in the way of the story an advocate would like to make. It’s unfortunate when the facts are ignored and advocacy is built on a house of cards. A case in point is the remarks that Roger Dow, the president and CEO of US Travel, made during the Transportation and Communications […]

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