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Frontier Airlines to Charge Extra for Flying Next to an Empty Seat

If you want to guarantee the middle seat next to you remains empty during a flight, expect to pay $39-$89 extra.

Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway Loses $3 Billion in Airline Stocks

The billionaire investor's conglomerate counts Delta, Southwest, United, and American among its 25 biggest holdings, and owns more than 8% of all four companies.

British Airways Is Offering VR Entertainment on Flights

First class passengers between London and New York get their own cinema in the sky.

Cathay Pacific Records Passengers During Flights

Any use of the in-flight entertainment system is logged and CCTV cameras on board each flight record your activity for security purposes.

American Airlines Adds Wi-Fi to Its Entire Domestic Fleet

Your next flight with American Airlines will include access to the internet, as long as you don't mind paying for it.

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