Theaters in one state soon will test a weekly discount on movie tickets, concessions or both to see whether they can drive up attendance on a weeknight.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) released recommendations to improve security within airports, and two sources say the recommendations will have a limited effect in some ways but won’t result in longer lines at security.
Rap group Wu-Tang Clan made headlines for the way that it will release its next album, “The Wu—Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.” As of press time, the group planned to take the album on a “listening tour,” then auction off the only copy of the album.
Even without an annual membership, many coach travelers can make use of a club or a lounge by buying a one-day membership.
Experts say complaining to Department of Transportation works in consumers’ favor, yet fewer people are complaining about airlines to DOT.
United Airlines now lets you stream video in flight free on Apple devices. The service will be available to users of Google Android devices by the end of 2014.
Southwest Airlines is expected to begin service to destinations outside of the United States in July 2014. However, we’re told that the airline won’t fly too far from home.
Guests at select Starwood hotels soon will have the option of checking in to their room with their smartphone.
Cyclists now have a new way to become more visible at night.
If you live in a city that has a program that shares bicycles, or bikes, you should pay attention to the fine print so you don’t get overcharged.
Southwest Airlines still doesn’t charge you for checking your bags, but we’re told that this policy will change soon.
The prospect of in-flight phone calls could mean additional fees for passengers.
A new study indicates that you’re never too old to play video games.
Economy passengers won’t be left behind amid JetBlue Airways’ new luxury service, we’re told.
Department of Transportation’s efforts to regulate airlines’ customer-service practices stall out, one airline expert tells us.
The revenue that airlines generate by charging fees is skyrocketing.
We’ve reported on cities and universities that are implementing bicycle rental, so it seems logical that bicycle-helmet rental services would follow.
Congress might force Amtrak’s hand in allowing dogs and cats to ride with their owners.
American Airlines’ move to let passengers who don’t have carry-on luggage board before those who do might lead to fees for carry-on luggage at some point.
It’s about to become even more expensive to spend a couple of hours at a movie theater.