About halfway through a recent overnight flight from Los Angeles to New York, a call went out on the PA: Is there a doctor on board? “Is there a doctor on board? True stories of in-flight medical emergencies”
When Katie Kubitskey made plans to attend a friend’s destination wedding in Izmir, Turkey, last summer, she never imagined she’d need travel insurance. “Why travel insurance can save the day”
Yolanda Moroz didn’t know that airlines sell refundable tickets. Had she purchased one, she might not be asking our advocates to help her get a refund for her nonrefundable American Airlines ticket. “Yes, the airlines do sell refundable tickets. Yes, you should have booked one.”
Phyllis Occhionero and Erna Frances thought a well-deserved and hassle-free Princess cruise from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., to their home city of Seal Beach, near Los Angeles, Calif., was just what the doctor ordered.
But doctor’s orders quickly changed to emergency care during the middle of the cruise when Frances needed surgery — stat. “Princess saves the day — and a life”
Michael Smith and his wife booked a dream cruise to Alaska on Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas, only to have it stopped cold by a medical emergency. “Heart attack scuttles cruise on Royal Caribbean — refund, please?”