Cathy Ndvolu thanks the powers that be that she checked her reservation with Air Canada before she left for the airport. Had she not done so, she would have had to purchase a new ticket for her baby. Air Canada issued her infant daughter’s ticket with her name misspelled. If Ndvolu tried to use that ticket to take her daughter to Paris, Air Canada would tell her Au revoir! “Her baby has big ticket problems. Who can fix this?”
Greg Vetter booked his recent European trip on the cheap. He and two traveling companions used Vayama, a travel website, to book flights on Ryanair. But a Ryanair check-in problem canceled out Vetter’s savings and caused him trouble that he could have avoided. “Ryanair check-in problems cost us big money”
When Chieh-Chen Bowen and her husband sought EC 261 compensation for their delayed Icelandair flight, the airline froze them out. And that was just the tip of the iceberg of their problems with Icelandair. “Can she get compensation for her delayed Icelandair flight?”
If you’re planning to fly into or through China, even if you’re just making a connection, get a Chinese visa. I repeat: get a Chinese visa. Without one, your airline can get away with denying you boarding. Sara Peterson had to learn this painful lesson about Chinese visas when China Southern Airlines wouldn’t let her fly. “How she learned a valuable lesson about Chinese visas”
Before Stephen Gondek boarded his flight back to Minneapolis, Hertz broadsided him with some bad news. The car rental company had given him a quote of $203 when he reserved his car, thanks to a Friends and Family Hertz discount code. Now it was charging him $814.
What happened to his missing Hertz discount? “What happened to my missing Hertz discount code?”