A week of Consumer Traveler. From meeting with airline passenger service bigwigs in San Diego to cruising 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.
If all ancillary fees were disclosed like my meal fees on an upcoming flight from Charlotte to San Diego, passengers would feel empowered.
Today we muse about airline food. A lot goes into it. Once, it was a joke and something that everyone complained about.
A Travelers United poll in response to requests from DOT, more than 2,600 consumers dramatically responded loud and clear, "Tell us how much it costs!"
New research points the finger at passengers (other passengers) as the cause of many airline delays. Sometimes airlines may be at fault. You think?
Founding Uber after failures, they really are smaller airline seats, lawmakers get free PreCheck from TSA
Airline folk claim that this is not a basic right, but should be subject to marketplace forces. The Supreme Court says otherwise.