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Surpassing expectations
IN OCTOBER, a disability rights activist with cerebral palsy was returning home from San Francisco, where he'd delivered a speech on the need for more accessible transit. He made the mistake of flying United Airlines. When he landed at Reagan National …
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The Airline Tips They Can't Officially Tell You
Working in communications at a major airline opened my eyes to so many things. For four years, I had the incredible fortune of getting to see the world for the cost of dinner and a movie. I've had the privilege of walking with giraffes in Africa while …
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How to Avoid Paying for a Misspelled Name on Your Airline Ticket
The flight from Yantai to Seoul was operated by China Eastern Airlines. The client's first name, Netanella, was misspelled by one letter, “Netanela,” on the ticket. She was forced to buy a new ticket for that specific flight, at a cost of $ 138. The …
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Former Allegiant employee: Airline is dangerous
But Allegiant operates one of the smaller fleets. Although consistently profitable, the airline's business model is built on purchasing older aircraft and catering to smaller, underserved airports with one-way airfares as low as $ 35 when looking at …
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State DOT director apologizes for airline parking controversy
The state transportation director apologized Thursday for a temporary rental car facility that forces some travelers, including the disabled, to park much farther from airline check-in desks because it borrowed half of the stalls in Honolulu …
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Brother Of OC Graduate On Board MH 370 Suing Airline
Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 disappeared two years ago and still has not been found. The airline is now being sued by the brother of an American man on board. Oklahoma Christian graduate Philip Wood boarded Malaysian flight 370 in Beijing en route to …
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Airline Scams That People Actually Fall For: How to Avoid Them
The Better Business Bureau warns of a scam where letters are mailed to unsuspecting customers disguised as free tickets or vouchers from American Airlines or US Airways. These letters usually have no return address and ask you to call a toll-free …
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