Tuesday, June 25, 2013 What’s the opposite of a lock out?  A lock in.  On a daily basis any number of emergency exits and hallways may be locked at Los Angeles International Airport, according to tips from… Read More

Pledge Allegiant-Not  Laissez ‘FAA’ire   Tuesday, June 18, 2013 Dry-Mouth Allegiant Air Passengers Endure Grueling Stranding Dripping with sweat, racked by nausea, Allegiant Air passengers were stuck for hours in 110-degree Vegas heat on a recent weekend. They took their minds off the misery and discomfort by breaking into a karaoke version of R. Kelly’s famous… Read More

Cancel Our Subscription TSA Gets The Point Walking (Off) In Memphis   Tuesday, June 11, 2013 Another week, another fee to wrangle more money from travelers. United just announced new “subscription” services for things that are currently covered by attaining MileagePlus status: United Airlines Launches Annual Subscriptions for Economy Plus and Checked Baggage. United, PRNewsWire United Airlines has… Read More

Freshly Squeezed Passenger complaints rise as seats get smaller More flights overbooked     Tuesday, June 4, 2013 An economy class seat can be a chair of torture as carriers look for new ways to pump up profits, either by adding to or reducing the number of seats, increasing legroom or cutting the distance between rows. Which airlines are making… Read More