Best Improvements in Air Travel in 2013

Believe it or not, air travel improved in 2013. Here’s a look at nine positive changes that shook up the air industry this year.

Fees, mergers, shrinking seats … enough with the bad news! Believe it or not, certain consumer-facing elements of air travel improved in 2013. New planes and airlines with flashy high-tech features debuted. Wi-Fi arrived in more cabins. And even the TSA made a few smart moves. Our conclusion? The sky’s the limit for 2014. Here’s a look at nine positive changes that shook up the air industry this year.   

By Caroline Costello

Caroline Costello's travel accomplishments include surviving a 2 a.m. whitewater rafting excursion in the Canadian wilderness, successfully biking from Dusseldorf to Cologne without a map, and gaining access to a covert pizza speakeasy in New Orleans.

Caroline is an active member of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW). Her work has appeared on USA Today, the Boston Globe, AOL.com, MSNBC.com, ABC News, TODAY Travel, and CruiseCritic.com, among other publications.

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