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Are Airlines Driving Coach Passengers Into Premium Seats by Making Them Miserable?
Former reporter for the New York Times and Daily News; taught ...
After the past years of nickel-and-diming, it shouldn't surprise us that airlines are finding even more ways to cut costs and generate revenue, like decreasing service and flying at a higher capacity. Honey, they shrunk the airline seats. Take it as a sign of the times.
What Do Airlines Owe Passengers Displaced By Sandy?
Airline passenger rights advocate.
A tiny percentage of the people unable to board the 19271 flights canceled or rescheduled in the wake of Hurricane Sandy likely read the contract that is now determining what sort of help their airline is obliged to give them.
More Rights For Airline Passengers...
You Have the Right To Be an Airline Prisoner
Best-selling Author, Public Relations Consultant, Daily Beast ...
Because this guy chose the last hour to make his attempt at mass murder, now we all have be locked in our seats like we're in
A Clockwork Orange
(all that is missing are the eyelid pins) for the last hour of a flight?
"Owned and Operated" by United Arrogance: Can Service Get Any Worse?
Michealene Cristini Risley
Filmmaker, activist, author
This summer I was thrown into a third world prison. I managed, with some help and a touch of trauma, to get back to San Francisco. However, my luggage did not.
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