James Ould’s airline schedule should mean that he’ll save a bundle on the carrier-imposed fees on his ticket. So why won’t American Airlines or British Airways see things his way?
“I’d like my carrier-imposed fees back, please”
After Vueling cancels John McDonnell’s flight, he tries to file a claim for compensation. But wait! British Airways issued his ticket. So who should pay? “A canceled British Airways flight to London and confusing claim”
When Ahmed Abdulrahim cancels a flight within 24 hours of booking it, he assumes he’ll have the money soon. Months later, he’s still waiting. Can his airline issue his refund? “I canceled my airline ticket within 24 hours. Where’s my refund?”
Vivienne Pearson’s airline seat — the one for which she paid an extra 40 pounds — doesn’t recline. A flight attendant promised her a refund, but now the airline is balking. “I paid extra for my British Airways seat, but it didn’t recline”
When Leslie Hammond’s flight to London is canceled, she calls off her vacation. Why won’t American Airlines refund her ticket? “A dream trip ends early when her London flight is canceled”
Whoever said, “Any landing you can walk away from is a good one” must not have known David Youngquist.
And they aren’t familiar with the current service level at British Airways — at least, not as he experienced it. “No flight, meals, phone or bags from British Airways — and no compensation”
After a flight delay, British Airways reschedules flights for Chintha Kuruppunayake and her friend to arrive at Washington Dulles International Airport instead of Baltimore-Washington International Airport. No worries, the airline will cover the cost of their shuttle back to BWI. And then it doesn’t.
“British Airways promised to reimburse us for the shuttle — why won’t it?”