A canceled British Airways flight to London and confusing claim

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? Read more “A canceled British Airways flight to London and confusing claim”

We missed our flight by minutes — should we be forced to pay extra to get home?

Michal Escobar and her husband were returning home from a special vacation in Italy. But when they tried to check in for their flight on British Airways, the check-in agents prevented them from flying. The Escobars had to pay for a hotel room for the night as well as expensive walk-up rates for tickets home on Aer Lingus the next day. Read more “We missed our flight by minutes — should we be forced to pay extra to get home?”

I canceled my airline ticket within 24 hours. Where’s my refund?

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? Read more “I canceled my airline ticket within 24 hours. Where’s my refund?”

Is an involuntary downgrade worth just $70?

How much is an involuntary downgrade from a first or business class airline seat to coach worth? It depends on the route and the entire ticket value. Read more “Is an involuntary downgrade worth just $70?”

British Airways won’t give me proof that my ticket was nonrefundable

After a terrorist attack in London, Kelly Bukaty cancels her British Airways flight. But her travel insurance company won’t reimburse her airfare without proof that her ticket was nonrefundable. Can our advocates help Bukaty get British Airways to provide documentation to resolve her insurance claim? Read more “British Airways won’t give me proof that my ticket was nonrefundable”