This case should have been a slam-dunk for David Garcia-Solorzano, if not also for our advocacy team. Instead, I’m sorry to say it’s going into the “Case Dismissed” file.
Garcia-Solorzano’s story is an important reminder that you can be right and still come up short, especially in the airline world. Read more “AeroMexico admits it made a mistake but doesn’t correct it. No refund due.”
If airlines can redefine the meaning of a day, then why can’t hotels?
At least one of them is, according to reader Catena Fugazotto. She recently booked two rooms at a Super 8 in Norwich, NY, for her daughter’s graduation. She was told she could cancel either one if she called within 24 hours of her stay. Trouble is, they couldn’t agree on when her stay actually begins.
Read more “Are hotels redefining “day” to raise revenues?”