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BY ALEXANDER ANOLIK

By Barbara De Lollis, USA TODAY

International travelers could have something new to worry about if terrorism alerts ever again force airlines to cancel specific flights as they did over the recent holidays.

By Chris Woodyard
and Barbara De Lollis, USA TODAY

The airline industry is having a problem with wide bodies.

Not big planes — rather, big passengers.

As many Americans have grown wider around the middle, they are having an increasingly hard time fitting into economy-class seats. Now, airlines are taking action.

By Kevin Brass and R. Scott Macintosh

http://www.travelagewest.com/newsarticle.asp?articleid=2483

A federal judge in travel agents’ landmark class-action suit against the major airlines has approved a controversial settlement agreement with Lufthansa Airlines.

On the Road with Bill McGee

Most of us intend to prevent trouble before it even starts by making good travel planning decisions and straightening out problems as they arise. But every traveler knows that sooner or later they'll take "The Trip from Hell."

By Jerry Chandler

www.travelagewest.com/newsarticle.asp?articleid=471

A key plaintiff's attorney, in an action alleging nine major airlines conspired to cut commissions, said the lawsuit is still on track - this despite a counterclaim by one of the carriers.

If a seatmate smells bad, come clean to the crew -- quickly
From the Los Angeles Times
TRAVEL Q&A
By: Laurie Berger
December 4, 2005
 
 
Too good to be true? Maybe it was.
Travelers said they paid $900 to $1,000 each for tickets. Officials are looking into whether an agency took the money and ran.

LA TIMES
By Laurie Berger
Special to The Times
TRAVEL Q&A
Dodging the hassles
By: Laurie Berger
July 10, 2005
 

If you like trouble-free travel, forget about going anywhere during the summer.

http://www.latimes.com/travel/la-tr-qa6mar06,1,1428902.column
TRAVEL Q&A
Bundled fees, a hornet's nest
Laurie Berger
Travel Q&A

March 6, 2005

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