Frequent-flier programs are rigged to favor airlines, deceive passengers and cost consumers billions of dollars. The DOT IG is investigating the issue.
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Air travel is already stressful enough without other travelers adding to it. Here are Ned Levi's top 10 annoying airport peeves.
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A week of Consumer Traveler. From meeting with airline passenger service bigwigs in San Diego to cruising on the Amazon.
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Scrambling out of bed and glancing through the window, the setting hardly resembled any hotel room where I’ve ever stayed. I'm on the Amazon.
I have been attending the IATA's World Passenger Symposium. Strangely, until this year, passengers weren't part of the attendees or invitees.
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