It starts with a postcard saying that you’ve won an airline ticket. To collect your prize, you have to attend a brief presentation. And that’s how they getcha.
WestJet converts to metric time One thing that WestJet likes to do is put out an April Fools video every April 1. This year was no exception. In this latest installment, WestJet decides to get rid of AM and PM time in favor of metric time for their flight schedules.
Delta most expensed airline, slim-line airplane seats, Asiana victims sue Boeing
The Texas Attorney General explains why he supports the lawsuit against the AA/USAir merger. Read his comments in their entirety, they are illuminating and support what we have been saying for months at the Consumer Travel Alliance and on this website.
Caesars to start charging resort fees, TSA screening leaves 3-year old in tears, Triumph lawsuits add to Carnival woes
EU 261 established consumer protections not afforded American air travelers, including compensation for delays, denied boarding and flight cancellations. Airlines have pushed back, interpreting the law as narrowly as possible.
Attorneys representing many of the passengers who were aboard the doomed Costa Concordia Cruise Ship that capsized off the Italian coast in January are filing an Amended Complaint on behalf of thirty-nine individual plaintiffs.
US Airways pilots sue carrier, 911 service in the skies, TSA pays to settle breast exposure lawsuit
Easter egg hunt at the Joule, Ryanair takes cell phone service off the air, Air France crash victims’ relatives sue in U.S.
A federal judge cleared American Airlines of wrongdoing in a case involving a canceled flight from Chicago. The lawsuit was brought up by six Iraqi-American men who “claimed their nationality caused the cancellation of a flight.”