Travelers on several airlines had trouble checking in for flights and waited out delays Friday after a computer outage at a company that runs airline technology systems.
Increases in summer airline travel could be an indicator of things to come for flying during the holiday season.
American Airlines will make a big technology change this weekend involving planes and pilots, but passengers won't notice a thing if all goes well.
Expedia's online travel sites are introducing tools designed to show the true cost of flying.
American Airlines flights to Dallas, Chicago and Miami were briefly stopped on Thursday by a computer problem that prevented passengers from checking in.
A spate of recent computer-system breaches has spread into the travel industry, hitting a company that provides technology used for airline and hotel reservations.
Airlines are using new software that transmits weather data from planes in the air to analysts on the ground, allowing pilots to avoid turbulence that can injure passengers and damage planes.
More than 50 American Airlines flights have been delayed in the past two days by a glitch in navigation-map software loaded on pilots' iPads.
Some British Airways frequent flier accounts have been hacked, but the airline says that most personal information is safe.
Good news for iPhone owners who fly Southwest Airlines: The carrier this week updated its smartphone app so customers can store mobile boarding passes in the iPhone Passbook, which aggregates tickets, loyalty cards and electronic ...