After Samantha Gomez is denied boarding on a flight from Philadelphia to Palm Beach, Florida, she asks her airline for compensation. Why won’t it pay? “Bumped from my flight to Palm Beach — why won’t American pay up?”
Jill King-Fernandez and her family voluntarily give up their seats on a Spirit Airlines flight. In exchange, they’re offered flight vouchers. But the vouchers are unusable. Now what? “What is the value of a Spirit Airlines voucher if I can never use it?”
United Airlines has been in the news a lot lately and the stories have been disturbing. It’s been so disturbing to reader Janis Dolnick, who has two upcoming flights booked on United, that she wrote to us to ask what rights she has, if any, should she be asked to leave a flight.
Now that the dust has almost settled from United Airlines’ infamous passenger-expulsion incident, travelers are left with several important and largely unanswered questions about how this kerfuffle will change air travel — if it does at all. “What all the recent United Airlines headlines may mean for travelers”
Kathy Davis volunteers to give up her seat on an oversold Spirit Airlines flight. Then she can’t use the vouchers. Is that fair? “I can’t use my Spirit Airlines vouchers — can you help?”