Beth Warner has a complaint I hear too often: “Delta downgraded me on my flight.” To make matters worse, she’s in a wheelchair. And to make matters even worse, they seated her next to a bathroom. Does she deserve some kind of refund? “Delta downgraded me on my flight with no refund. P.S.: I’m in a wheelchair.”
Should you tip your flight attendant? For such a commonly asked question, the answer is anything but simple. “Should you tip your flight attendant?”
What would you do to save money on airfare? Or to avoid paying a passport application fee? If you said, “smuggle my baby onto a plane” then maybe you heard about a passenger who allegedly did just that a flight from Istanbul to Paris last week.
“How to smuggle a baby on a plane”
Evelyn Tachau-Brown probably deserves something after her recent Delta Air Lines flight. But what?
“Berated for a screaming baby – do I deserve a full refund?”
Question: I’m a graduate student at the University of Texas and I was recently awarded a fellowship to conduct research for two months in Ibadan, Nigeria. Believing that I would be departing from New York and then returning to Austin, Texas, I booked the trip in two legs. However, knowing that this could change, I reviewed the refund policies for both legs carefully to make sure the tickets were refundable.
“Where’s the refund for my Air France ticket?”