I don’t mean to start a fight, but people really want to know the answer to this question: Who controls the window shade on your flight? “Who controls the window shade on your flight?”
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”
If your flight is canceled, does your airline still have an obligation to get you to your destination on time?
Rosemarie Dagostino thinks so. She recently ran into problems on her recent flight on Frontier airlines from Chicago to San Francisco. “If your flight is canceled, is your airline obligated to get you to your destination?”
Nothing changes you like travel does.
I know, because after 26 years of suburban stability, I recently sold my house, pulled up my stakes and hit the road. I’m a different person because of it. “Aspire to travel the world? Read this before you go”
United Airlines cancels the Robinsons’ connecting flight — not once, but twice. The reason? Problems with air traffic control. After several requests for a refund, guess what they ended up with? “United canceled my flight twice, so where is my refund?”