Leon Razzon’s daughter Lora has dual citizenship. This caused a giant problem on her recent international flight. Razzon is convinced that his daughter was improperly denied boarding on a flight to Turkey. Now he wants American Airlines to pay. But is that a reasonable request? And why hasn’t Lora contacted us with this dilemma? “This is how dual citizenship caused American Airlines to deny her boarding”
SSSS! Behold the four letters that you don’t ever want to see on your boarding pass. If you find the Secondary Security Screening Selection — SSSS stamp on your ticket, you should know that the TSA agents will be treating you to an extra-special and in-depth security screening.
But how, and by whom, are passengers selected for this additional form of screening? After Jo Freeman’s recent unpleasant close encounter of the TSA kind, she wants to know. “What you need to know about that SSSS stamp on your boarding pass”
Dale Allen and his girlfriend are looking forward to a tropical vacation in Cancún. Unfortunately, they arrive at the airport too late and miss their flight. Wanting to leave immediately, they buy one-way tickets at the American Airlines counter. Allen is sure the agent said that the tickets cost $169 each — so why is his credit card charged $2,400? “American Airlines told me the fare was $169. Then it charged me $1069”
If there’s one part of this site that’s magic, it’s our executive contacts. Just ask Edward Jackson, who was en route on a mission trip from Baltimore to Rio Negro, Brazil, when we cast a spell that helped him recover an American Airlines voucher. “These American Airlines executive contacts helped him get a voucher”
When John Thompson lands in Washington D.C., he discovers that he’s missed the last connecting flight home to Boston. A gate agent assures him not to worry. She will be put him on a flight the next morning and he will receive a hotel reimbursement from American Airlines. But will he?
“A hotel reimbursement from American Airlines? Get it in writing”