During his recent NCL cruise, Andrew Goldstein suffered a sudden medical emergency that required a blood transfusion. Unable to provide such a service onboard, the cruise left him behind in St. Kitts to seek treatment. Now he wants a refund for his missed cruise and reimbursement for his additional travel and medical expenses. But is this reasonable? “I only needed a blood transfusion! Why did my cruise leave me behind?”
Before I bring you Joanne Phillips’ NCL complaint about her “cruise from hell,” let’s watch a quick video. “Here’s how to make your NCL complaint get lost at sea”
Have you ever wondered what the worst airline seat in the history of modern-day commercial flight looks like? Well, wonder no more! Aer Lingus recently assigned Matt Madrigal to the worst airline seat ever. Hands down.
For his entire transatlantic flight to Dublin, Madrigal endured the dirty “seat” with no cushion and exposed metal. “Here it is: The worst airline seat ever! (Thanks, Aer Lingus)”
Sam Miloro recently found out that flying with a cat can be expensive — even more expensive than his own ticket. And now he wants to know if the Elliott Advocacy team can do anything about this “outrageous” fee. “This is the reality of flying with a cat — it’s expensive!”
Blue Ribbon Bags, a lost luggage tracking service, offers a $1,000 guarantee. If the company fails to find your lost luggage within 96 hours, you get the cash. That deal sounded pretty sweet to Vamsi Kosaraju, especially when his mother-in-law lost her bag on a recent flight. “What happened to his lost luggage? Blue Ribbon Bags knows”