Stocks Rise, Service Falls Airline Stocks Soar as Passengers Suffer Record Fine for United   Tuesday, October 29, 2013 UAL Slapped with $1.1M Fine for Tarmac Stranding FlyersRights has been awarded another victory by the federal government thanks to the Department of Transportation (DOT) decision last Friday to fine United Airlines a record $1.1 million for more than… Read More

Carry On and On and On Tuesday, October 15, 2013   Flying these days is like riding the subway, without the glamour.  Sandy Huffaker/NYT. Like the exodus from Egypt. Passengers carry as much as possible onboard to avoid checked bag fees. The airlines are always looking to make money, resulting in travelers paying expanded ticket prices… Read More

Past, Present, Future Soaring Achievements, Enthusiasm for the Future   Tuesday, October 8, 2013 Welcome to ‘times-past’ Tuesday. Today we’ll look back at airline passengers’ days of yore, review what FlyersRights has accomplished and layout our blueprint for the future. We’ve Come A Long Way Baby FlyersRights has a short history, founded just seven years… Read More

Take This Plane And Shove It It Ain’t Working Here No More   Tuesday, October 1, 2013 Norwegian Air has grounded a 787 Dreamliner and demanded Boeing repair the new aircraft. Norwegian Air and LOT Polish Airlines are fed up with the Dreamliner Nightmare. Over the weekend Norwegian Air pulled its brand new Dreamliner out of service and… Read More