She left her coat on the plane – should we get it back for her?

Cathy Rubenstein wore an expensive coat on her recent flight from LaGuardia to Miami. She didn’t want it to get wrinkled, and although she was sitting in coach, the flight attendant hung it up in the first class cabin closet, asking Rubenstein for her seat number.
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Why squeezed passengers have to fight for their rights

When Nathaniel Kirby boarded his American flight from Little Rock to Dallas recently, he was dismayed to find that his seatmate filled not only his own seat, but part of Kirby’s as well.
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She got bumped — then AirTran’s check bounced

When Kim Hammack’s AirTran flight from from Orlando to Dayton, Ohio, was oversold, the airline offered her a check to give up her seat. She took it.
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The most expensive breakfast ever

At the Players Cafe in Liberia, Costa Rica, Marc Anderson had to fork over a bundle when he bought breakfast at the airport. His order consisted of four coffees, two orange juices, one bottled water, one bagel, two English muffin sandwiches, and one Denver omelette.

The cost? $92.84.
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