Flyer advocate says Delta obtained hacked e-mailsBy HARRY R. WEBER (AP) – Oct 13, 2009 ATLANTA — A passenger rights advocate accused Delta Air Lines Inc. in a federal lawsuit Tuesday of conspiring with a Virginia company to obtain hacked e-mails from her computer to help them derail her efforts to protect air travelers from… Read More


By Jon HoodConsumerAffairs.com October 16, 2009 A leading proponent of the Airline Passenger’s Bill of Rights making its way through Congress says that Delta Airlines hacked into her e-mail account in an effort to thwart the legislation. Kate Hanni’s complaint, filed in federal court in Houston, accuses Delta and a contractor of conspiracy and violation… Read More


Surviving dreaded delay on airport tarmacBy Harry R. WeberAssociated PressPublished: Saturday, Sept. 19, 2009 4:23 p.m. MDT ATLANTA — You’re tired, hungry, have a cranky baby on your lap and all you want to do is get off the plane, but you can’t because it’s been on the tarmac for hours waiting to take off.A… Read More


Saturday, September 26, 2009 – Page updated at 11:17 AM Permission to reprint or copy this article or photo, other than personal use, must be obtained from The Seattle Times. Call 206-464-3113 206-464-3113 or e-mail resale@seattletimes.com with your request. RICHARD DREW / AP Travelers wait for flights while planes idle on the tarmac at New… Read More


October 12, 2009 Contact: Kate Hanni(707) 337-0328kate@flyersrights.com For Immediate Release Flyersrights.org Plea to Airline Passengers: “Don’t Drink the Water!” Consumer Advocacy Group Disappointed in Latest EPA Guidelines for Providing Safe Drinking Water Aboard Airplanes Napa, CA (October 12, 2009) – Flyersrights.org, the national advocacy group for airline passengers in the United States, has gone on… Read More