Mysteriously, a couple's seats together in Business Class get changed. The airline claims, "Stuff happens." Too bad passengers can't make the same claim.
A friend of mine found out about United's new carry-on size limits the hard way. He had to run back to the ticket counter to check it in because it was too wide.
When United Airlines decided to crack down on travelers who were achieving high status simply by using heavily discounted fares and mileage runs, they did so with relatively little fanfare. But, it is a big deal to frequent fliers.
NTSB investigating near collision over Hawaii, Air Canada to refurbish 777 fleet, dramatic game-changing theme park attractions
Bye bye AA, United to offer Mercedes-Benz transfer at LAX, future growth at Southwest
While money and perks can take some of the stress out of travel, they aren't a complete shield. Here, admittedly under the subtitle "First World Problems," is a story that may make anyone who doesn't travel for business a little happier.
Ned Levi discusses safety and comfort issues for air travelers, including the issues of severe turbulence for airplane passengers, and how to prevent injury if turbulence occurs, as well as a review of the new potential Paperclip armrest design, to help middle seat passengers in Economy.
United opens new concourse at Logan, TSA PreCheck expands to international airlines, can TSA maintain safety?
United to open new concourse at Boston Logan
What we’re reading: United ranked worst major airline, Superjumbos with no economy seats, Native American culture museums
United ranked worst for service, Superjumbos with no economy seats, Native American culture
What we’re reading: Mishandled checked bags, UA’s new hangar at EWR, new JetBlue destinations from DCA
Checked bags mishandled more often, United unveils new hangar at EWR, new JetBlue destinations from Reagan National