Airline Passenger Bill of Rights 2.0 15 Airlines Warned About Ice forming on Engines of Dreamliner Tuesday, November 26, 2013 FlyersRights is proud to announce our Passenger Bill of Rights 2.0. Please email your comments,(globetrotter1947[at]hotmail[dot]com), over the next 10 days (by Dec. 10th). We will be presenting the final version to Congress and DOT the week of… Read More


AA, US Airways Prepare For Take-Off, Passengers Prepare For Rip-Off Tuesday, November 19, 2013 In a sudden reversal last week, the Justice Department appeared to knuckle under to the American-US Airways’ massive lobbying effort. Last week the government announced it was dropping its lawsuit to block the carriers from merging, stating they had all “reached a settlement.“… Read More


Airport Insecurity Where Do We Go From Here?   Tuesday, November 12, 2013 Police stand guard at LAX on Friday, Nov. 1, 2013.  (AP Photo/Reed Saxon) Sad to say but air crashes are not the only life threatening dangers faced in air travel. Or even in everyday life.  Survival in mass shooting situations often is… Read More


Is Airport Security Too Vulnerable?   Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Greetings, It was a disastrous way to end the week, with a mass exodus of passengers drifting down Century Boulevard on foot. LAX was closed for 36 hours and was an isolated crime scene for a day. Paul Hudson, FlyersRights president affirmed “this was a… Read More