Many travelers get frustrated with the airlines and tweet their frustration. If they’re lucky they might even get a
In the not-too-distant past, the only way to get a discount fare for a round trip was to book
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Most industries have stupid rules. But, the airlines often seem determined to lead the pack.
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On Sunday a week ago, a battle broke out in the Economy Plus section of United Airlines flight 1462. A male passenger used a device on the seat in front of him preventing its female passenger. Tempers flared and the captain diverted the flight to Chicago. Ned Levi discusses the incident and the issues of seat recline in economy.