The former Christ Church on West 36th Street in Manhattan is now home to a pair of Marriott hotel properties
The ban would go into effect in 2023 and apply to all hotels with 50 rooms or more
Some 90 flights per day though April 24 will be affected
The Art Deco skyscraper opened in 1930 and briefly held the title of world’s tallest building
The one-year freeze on new for-hire vehicle licenses threatens to become permanent.
The airline says Phoenix is a valuable hub that serves as an alternative to busy LAX for both east- and westbound travelers
Airline clears regulatory hurdle toward launch of Hawaiian service but also faces an “operational emergency” in maintaining its 737 fleet
United Clubs are also planned for Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans, LaGuardia Terminal B and Raleigh-Durham International
The American Express Collection lounge is accessible to all travelers passing through the airport
Canada Jetlines bills itself as “Canada’s first true Ultra-Low Cost Carrier airline”
Room reservations will be available this week for the much-anticipated TWA Hotel
The expanded facility offers 12,300 square feet and new amenities, notably more food and beverage options
United won’t charge to watch live television during flights, while American announces Apple Music streaming at no charge
Launch date for the new route has been pushed back to second quarter of 2019
CEO Gary Kelly says low-cost pioneer will maintain two-free-bags policy as well
Idea is part of a billion-dollar plan to improve vehicle and pedestrian access at Logan International
The Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) is warning President Donald Trump that a prolonged shutdown of the US government will put the lives of air travellers at risk, Newsweek reports.
US airlines that have been battling what they perceive as unfair competition from government-funded rivals now have a new target of their ira: Air Italy.
Ride sharing, an industry that didn’t even exist a decade ago, is now valued at $61.3 billion and expected to grow to $218 billion by 2025.
You won’t find the recipe for the stroopwafel in United Airlines’ new cookbook, but the popular Dutch treat is making a return to the airline’s domestic flights in 2019.