Travel Hacking, traditionally, means to pay no, or as little, money as possible for amazing travel experiences. Travel hacking to me means creating the best possible vacation. That might mean avoiding crowds, unique experiences, or just doing exactly what you want to do (and not what some article tells you to do). These travel hacks for happy travelers should serve as a template, a guideline. Incorporate these travel hacks into your travel routine one at a time or all at once, right away or over time. No one formula fits all persons or situations.
The rules of the current contract will still bind passengers who purchased tickets under the terms of the COC in place when their tickets were purchased. UA’s COC cannot change boarding priority rules retroactively. All passengers holding tickets purchased prior to any change in the new COC are still protected by the boarding priority rules in place when they purchased their tickets.
As the US digests confrontations between airline crews and passengers, questions are swirling about what has caused this us-vs.-them attitude between passengers and airlines. Some of the reasons seem clear, but what to do about them is more complex. The lack of personal space on planes is considered a major factor.
Like Medieval serfs, airline passengers cannot access full legal system America’s airline consumers rights litigation is strictly limited in the state and local U.S. court system. Passengers must take a case to the federal courts, which costs great amounts of money, or petition the lords of the Department of Transportation (DOT) for redress. Like Medieval […]
Whether it’s via a notification from your airline, travel agent, or just luck in checking a flight status, no one likes to find out your plane is delayed. In some cases, there are just no obvious alternatives, or all the later alternatives are sold out. Except for the flights you have no chance of making. Uh, not so fast…