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Airlines charging you more to sit next to your children?

AirfareWatchdog.com founder George Hobica and Walking on Travels founder Keryn Means on airlines upselling seats to parents who want to sit with their children.

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  1. How Major Airlines Compare on Fees, Perks

    Maybe you want to deplane quickly on your next flight. Or check your one piece of luggage for free. Or get a roomy row where your knees don't hit the seat in front o...

  2. Southwest Announces First International Flights

    Southwest Airlines Co said on Monday it will start flights to Aruba, the Bahamas and Jamaica in July, its the first international flights under the Southwest brand.T...

  3. Southwest to Fly International in 2014

    Southwest Airlines (NYSE:LUV) plans to announce a schedule for international service under the Southwest brand next year, Chief Executive Gary Kelly said on Thursday...

  4. Southwest to Bid for Reagan National Slots

    Southwest Airlines Co plans to bid aggressively for takeoff and landing rights at Reagan National Airport near Washington, as it looks to bring more competition to t...

  5. Turbulence Unlikely to Kill Airline Deal

    After barely batting an eye at a series of major consolidations in the airline space, the Justice Department rocked the industry on Tuesday by unleashing a full-fron...

  6. US Airways shareholders approve merger with American

    US Airways Group Inc shareholders approved the carrier's plan to merge with AMR Corp's American Airlines, clearing another hurdle to the deal that would create the w...

  7. US Airways chief warns lawmakers of potential service cuts

    Forcing a combined American Airlines and US Airways Group to surrender slots at Reagan National Airport would risk fewer flights to small and medium-sized cities, US...

  8. Southwest CEO Says All You Need Is LUV

    Southwest Airlines Co. has been profitable for 40 straight years.Unlike every other major carrier, it has never filed bankruptcy. It has never sacked employees with ...

  9. Southwest Profit Falls 40% amid Hedging Impacts

    Southwest Airlines Co.'s (LUV) first-quarter earnings fell 40% amid fewer hedging gains, though revenue improved.The largest carrier of domestic U.S. passengers is b...

  10. Can JetBlue Continue to Stand Out?

    JetBlue Airways Corp caught the airline industry's attention just over a decade ago with low fares and a customer-centric culture. Now, it is under pressure to show ...

  11. Lawmakers worry about fare hikes at airline merger hearing

    Lawmakers discussing the US Airways Group plan to merge with AMR Corp, parent to American Airlines, asked CEOs from the two companies repeatedly on Tuesday if the de...

  12. Analysis: Can U.S. airlines attract investors with better returns?

    U.S. airline stocks, long derided as investment duds, have been gaining altitude in recent years. Now, some see room for them to fly even higher.Recent mergers have ...

  1. Southwest Airlines CEO: We want to be the low-fare leader in the U.S.

    Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly characterizes the state of business.

  2. Beware of instant karma

    FBN’s Charles Payne on his recent experience with karma at the airport.

  3. Southwest Airlines CEO on 1Q earnings beat

    Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly on the company’s first-quarter results and how the second quarter is shaping up.

  4. Southwest Airlines Quarterly Profit Tops Estimates

    Southwest Airlines said on Thursday its quarterly that more than doubled as average fares increased and it held down costs.The carrier cited strong bookings and reve...

  5. Survey ranks best and worst airlines

    FOXBusiness.com reporter Kate Rogers on a new survey of the best and worst airlines.

  6. Virgin America Rated Best In U.S. Airline Quality

    Virgin America had the highest performance ranking among 15 U.S. airlines in 2013 in an annual study as the industry's overall quality improved, researchers said on ...

  7. ‘I’m sorry’ not enough to save GM?

    FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the General Motors’ recall scandal.

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