The Washington Post - July 07, 2014
Mention a “custom” airfare to Joan Eisenstodt, and she’ll admit that she’s worried.
“I live in downtown D.C., not far from the new City Center complex with high-end shops,” says Eisenstodt, a hospitality…
The internet has proven to be an extremely useful tool for travel consumers to compare prices and find the best flights, hotels, packages and destinations for their specific needs. The interests of consumers and the members of Travel Tech are aligned: both want reasonable airfares, transparency in pricing and ease of booking. It is essential that the government enforce existing laws that prevent anticompetitive behavior, which ultimately harms consumers and competition, and stop unfair and deceptive practices.