No Kidding Tuesday, August, 27, 2013 The airlines may be running out of things to charge and make extra revenue.     Last week a budget Asian carrier revealed kid-free cabins. Singapore’s Scoot Airlines banned children under the age of 12 from sitting in its “quiet zone”. Passengers flying Scoot Airlines can be upgraded… Read More


Purge The Merge Tuesday, August 20, 2013 Dear AA, what is Plan B?    In a major victory for passenger rights, the Justice Department ground stopped the $12 billion merger between US Air and American Airlines. The antitrust lawsuit surprised everyone because the past four airline mergers were allowed to go through.  We applaud this action… Read More


Just Plane Packed JetBlue herds more into planes with thinner seats and less legroom Surprises From Asiana Crash Investigation   Tuesday, August 13, 2013 FlyersRights has written about this for years and it’s always one of the top three complaints in our polling.  At the risk of preaching to the choir, it bears repeating; the FAA has zero minimum… Read More


You’ve Got Answers, We’ve Got Results    Tuesday, August 6, 2013 In our July FlyersRights Poll, we asked you to share your biggest complaints about air travel, and your big three issues are: Deceptive and Unfair Ticket Pricing and Advertising Delays, Scheduling and Customer Service Flight Safety, Security and Health Issues “For the first time, airline passengers now… Read More