Sherrie Peters’ bedbugs case makes me uncomfortable, and not just because it involves bedbugs. “The truth in this bedbugs case will blow your mind”
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”
Alexandra Epee-Bounya arrived at the baggage claim carousel after her flight from London. Her luggage didn’t. But her story went from annoying to bizarre when British Airways referred her to the police department to locate her belongings. Why would the airline refer its passenger to the police department to investigate a lost luggage claim?
After her recent flight on Interjet, Lynda Leibrock discovered that unidentified “airline goo” ruined three pieces of her luggage. She hoped the airline would quickly pay her luggage reimbursement request– all $16,000 of it.
Things didn’t work out the way she had hoped.
After a 14-hour delay on WOW Air, Rachael Lopez thinks she’s entitled to some compensation. WOW disagrees. Who’s right? “WOW Air, where’s my compensation for that 14-hour delay?”