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Do we really want DOT making cell rules for airlines?

Is the uproar against using cell phones on plane a knee-jerk reaction? Using cell phones would be far more expensive and controllable than cell phone use in normal life. Should a cell phone rule be nationwide and for all flights? And, implemented by the government?
By |October 24th, 2014|Surveys|0 Comments|
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    Tell us how much it costs! Passenger poll shows frustration with airline fee disclosure

Tell us how much it costs! Passenger poll shows frustration with airline fee disclosure

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!"

The airline ancillary fee battle goes to DOT

In the past, airline service and price went hand in hand. Today, service seems to be forgotten for those flying in coach.

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.
By |September 20th, 2014|Surveys|0 Comments|

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.

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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    What we’re reading: DOT plans rule to ban cellphone use inflight, comedy rules, Airbus 350XWB

What we’re reading: DOT plans rule to ban cellphone use inflight, comedy rules, Airbus 350XWB

DOT plans rule to ban cellphone use inflight, comedy rules inflight entertainment and Airbus shows off its newest plane.
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    When Congressmen swallow bald-faced airline lies, consumers lose

When Congressmen swallow bald-faced airline lies, consumers lose

Consumers are getting the brown of the stick as the House of Representatives prepares to vote on the the Orwellian-named Transparent Airfares Act of 2014 with no debate in committee or on the House floor.

AA CEO misleads his passengers on transparent airfares

Mr. Parker is using his magazine to mislead the public when he could use the same publication to inform his passengers of the dangers of increasing fees and taxes.

DOT—Don’t keep stalling competition across the Atlantic

Isn’t it about time that some low cost airlines start flying between the US and Europe with a significant network of flights?