Air and Space Magazine Interview with Paul Hudson   Paul Hudson, President of Flyers Rights, sat down with Diane Tedeschi of The Smithsonian’s Air and Space Magazine. Paul Hudson discusses the Airline Passenger Bill of Rights, the Dr. Dao/United incident, airline consolidation and antitrust immunity, the poor ratings of domestic carriers, and much more. To… Read More


You booked your ticket. Business Insider You ponied up extra to have that extra millimeter of legroom.   You think you may even enjoy the journey.   But something gives you an unpleasant feeling. The plane could be overbooked, and you might get ‘reaccommodated’.   Uh-oh, and you’re flying United!   Then, five days before… Read More


Your boarding pass and driver’s license could be replaced by your biometric data in the not-too-distant future. Instead of handing your boarding pass and ID to a TSA agent, you could be placing two fingerprints on a scanner to be recognized. JetBlue is testing facial-recognition check-in for a few flights in June, and Delta Air Lines plans… Read More


ATC Privatization Dead For Now Last Thursday the Senate rejected President Trump’s push to spin-off air traffic control from the  Federal Aviation Administration.   Trump had  signed off with great hoopla a plan to separate air traffic control into a nonprofit private corporation.   Surrounded by several former secretaries of transportation at a White House ceremony in June,… Read More