Many travelers get frustrated with the airlines and tweet their frustration. If they’re lucky they might even get a
Airlines just raised the stopover fee for flights to Europe from $100 to $500. Why? Because they can. Because they have an oligopoly that has no effective competition.
Today we muse about airline food. A lot goes into it. Once, it was a joke and something that everyone complained about.
Most industries have stupid rules. But, the airlines often seem determined to lead the pack.
Besides terrorism, flight attendants are the front line of the airlines' customer service. They are constantly on watch until touchdown at the final destination.
Stephen Colbert hits this one out of the park. Travelers United is working in Washington, DC, with the DOT and FAA to find a way to limit the numbers of passengers squeezed into aircraft.
Mileage statements, while not being worth much in strict dollar terms, can involve flight credits worth a lot of money either in freebies, upgrades or status. Check them.