Let’s hear it for the travel fakers

Let’s talk about travelers who feign injury, illness and even death to get preferential treatment: the travel fakers.
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As airlines try to monetize seat assignments, are disabled passengers being left behind?

Flying with a disability is never easy, but in the past, airlines have lightened the burden a little by offering passengers such as Scott Nold advance seat assignments. Read more “As airlines try to monetize seat assignments, are disabled passengers being left behind?”

United had two million reasons to fix this wheelchair problem

Bonnie Way and her elderly mother, Anne, recently flew from San Francisco to Edmonton, Canada on United. Unfortunately, they’re not in any big hurry to repeat the experience. Read more “United had two million reasons to fix this wheelchair problem”

United Airlines goes out of its way for a passenger

Waiting in line to board a flight can be a good thing.
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American Airlines says “no,” but a pilot says “yes”

Next time something about traveling is aggravating, remember that Denise Richard of Little Elm, Texas, would likely trade places with you.
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