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Oct
23

5 Ways to Survive a Flight in Basic Economy

5 Ways to Survive a Flight in Basic Economy Ashley Rossi   How to Survive a Flight in Basic Economy Recently, United and American joined Delta to offer an option called “basic economy” to compete with no-frills, low-cost carriers like Spirit and Frontier. As with all things, you get what you pay for, and in the case of basic economy, that’s truly just the essentials. Each airline has its own definition of what essentials are included, but the...
Dec
10

The World’s Worst Airlines for Customer Service Nine airlines that failed to impress travelers with their customer service (or any service, really).

The World’s Worst Airlines for Customer Service Nine airlines that failed to impress travelers with their customer service (or any service, really). by  Melanie Lieberman Plenty of things can make a flight unpleasant: rough skies, weather-related cancelations and delays, even tarantulas roaming the cabin mid-flight. But how an airline’s staff and crew handle these mishaps—and treats passengers—can turn an annoying (or creepy-crawly) situation into a complete nightmare. Customer service is one of the few things airlines have total control over, but...
Nov
19

The nightmare of our flights on Delta airlines

The nightmare of our flights on Delta airlines Nov 23 2016 Update: Delta Customer Care contacted me and offered the following which is appreciated so I wanted to post this update with what the compensations and goodwill gestures are: Checks: “After reviewing your claim, compensation is due in accordance with the EU recommendations (EU 261). I’ll request two checks, each in the amount of $639.32 equivalent to EUR 600. Please allow enough time for...
Oct
21

How to Sleep on the Plane: A Guide to Sleep Aids

How to Sleep on the Plane: A Guide to Sleep Aids How to Sleep on the Plane Image Gallery Valerian Root A fitful airplane sleeper, I’ve tried plenty of natural sleep aids—and valerian root is both the best and worst discovery I’ve made. While it does seem to work for me, it smells like stinky cheese and feet—which can be quite the packing dilemma. There is some scientific evidence that this supplement aids sleep, but medical studies have been...
Sep
6

Why Airline Crews Skip The Coffee And Tea On Board

Why Airline Crews Skip The Coffee And Tea On Board   From Forbes.com/NBC News “They say don’t drink tea or coffee on your flight, they don’t use sterilized water, they just use normal tap water. This could make you have the runs while you’re in flight and there’s nothing worse than that. If you want coffee, stop at the coffee shop by the gate, there’s always at least one place you can get anything you want.” John Goglia ,    CONTRIBUTOR I...

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