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    JetBlue’s CEO to step down, Canadians pay for 1st checked bag, rental car companies screw customers on tolls

JetBlue’s CEO to step down, Canadians pay for 1st checked bag, rental car companies screw customers on tolls

CEO Barger was the consumers friend. It is sad to see him go. Canada facing extra airline fees. Rental car customers are getting screwed on tolls.

Important survey for DOT (deadline extended)

Let DOT know your airline ticket-buying experiences. The department is in the midst of possibly revising rules about how airline tickets are sold.
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    Cheap, cheaper and cheapest with no data — fliers’ road to perdition

Cheap, cheaper and cheapest with no data — fliers’ road to perdition

Cheap airfares are a laudable goal. But, creating cheap airfares by hiding ancillary fees is deceptive and misleading.

The “Simple” World of Airline Booking Pre-2008

From the largest gathering of airline lawyers in the world — the top lawyers at airlines and some of the top aviation lobbyists meeting in Montreal.

Airlines sue travel clubs for appropriating logos

The reality is that these types of travel clubs are sophisticated and highly profitable to their owners, but risky, if not foolish, investments for most people.

Let’s unite and stop airlines from treating us like cargo

As long as airline consumers don't band together in order to offset the airlines' lobbying power in Washington, airlines will keep kicking sand in our faces.

We need your help — now

We need your help in building Travelers United into a membership organization. $20 from you and from your friends can make a big difference in Washington.
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    Airline seat recline issues — airlines are making seats smaller and adding more

Airline seat recline issues — airlines are making seats smaller and adding more

Over the past few weeks, battles between passengers over tight seating have come to light. Perhaps, there have been disagreements in the past, but not they are in the open.

Are airlines profiting at your expense?

Why are airlines raking in record profits? Maybe they’re monetizing your personal data without your explicit consent. Or, is it the fees?

What is the big deal about personalization of airfares?

What do you want? Airlines deciding on personalized airfares and fees based on your data? Or, you, making choices from a menu of options?