Flight delay? Get reimbursed with this clever app Airhelp.com is helping millions of airline passengers get reimbursement when flights are delayed, they are bumped, and […]
Most airport funding and infrastructure payments are made by passengers. Though airports treat airlines as their most important customers, passengers actually end up paying the most for airport operations and construction. The regions surrounding the airports providing their economic livelihood, pay almost nothing for the airport
US Supreme Court rules against international aviation consumer protection Late last year, Travelers United and FlyersRights, the two leading advocacy organizations for airline travelers, filed […]
We take time to ponder the use of videos by Lyft and Uber drivers, secrets of self-driving cars, and testing of faster ways to unload airplanes. Each issue has its own point of view on travel.
United Airlines several months ago directed police to remove a paying, law-abiding passenger from one of their planes. The ensuing viral video changed the customer […]
Let’s get going on air traffic modernization The FAA has been working on air traffic modernization for decades, but little has changed as far as […]
This weekend we can dream about owning an Italian castle for free; well, almost. We ponder why Americans don’t take vacations. We take a look […]
Canadian Transportation Minister moves to stop denied boarding Denied boarding may be a thing of the past. According to the Globe and Mail, “Airlines won’t […]
High airline bag fees may undermine TSA baggage screening efforts Senators Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) sent a letter querying Secretary of […]
This Memorial Day Sunday we muse about hidden resort fees and how they deceive travelers. We take another look at babies on planes that makes everyone smile. Then, we explore the world of electrical outlets at hotels or the lack of them. And, see a video about Sweden opening up to Airbnb.