Best Domestic Airline TV Systems – Our Review

January 21, 2011
By Clay
Best Domestic Airline TV Systems  – Our Review

We’ve all been there before, just boarded our 5 hour coast to coast flight, found a great spot to stow our carry-on, plopped in our seats, only to look above and notice no video monitors.  Here’s our review of what airlines have what amenities so you’re not surprised when your full-cost carrier doesn’t have what you want. If you like Live TV, start Jetting!...
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US Airways bumped me! What should I do now? [Part 2]

October 19, 2010
By Clay
US Airways bumped me!  What should I do now? [Part 2]

Earlier this month, we received a question from a reader who was bumped on a US Airways flight and told she would receive $300 in compensation in exchange.  However, when she tried to use it US Airways told her it was only worth $200.  We are on a mission to track down the missing $100 and give Alexa what she deserves!  See our earlier...
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US Airways bumped me! What should I do now? [Part 1]

October 6, 2010
By Alexa
US Airways bumped me! What should I do now? [Part 1]

Today, we’ve got an email sent in by a user about getting bumped from a flight. A great resource An Inconvenient Trip recommends is On Your Side, a wiki that helps travelers voice their complaints to airlines. User Post by Alexa One year ago US Airways bumped me. I paid $800 for this flight from Philadelphia to Nantucket over Labor Day weekend. No one...
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UA/CO Merger: Continental Elites Now Upgraded on United Airlines Flights

September 21, 2010
By Clay

If you’re a Continental OnePass Elite member, now you can enjoy benefits on United Airlines flights. These new benefits aren’t perfect, but they are better than my experience on a UA flight a few weeks ago where I was laughed at for asking for a United Economy Plus seat. Now, all Continental Elites will be entitled to free domestic upgrades (Economy Plus and First...
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Delta’s New Ad Campaign – Doesn’t Seem to Be All Fluff This Time

September 8, 2010
By Clay
Delta’s New Ad Campaign – Doesn’t Seem to Be All Fluff This Time

Delta launched a new ad campaign this week and after seeing this ad in the New York Times yesterday, it got me wondering if Delta was making changes or just rebranding itself. In this ad it said: “With airline merges constantly in the news (ours included), it’s easy to forget that size alone isn’t enough to lead this industry. No one who flies is...
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United Locks Passengers In Their Seats!

August 23, 2010
By Clay
United Locks Passengers In Their Seats!

“You must remain in your assigned seat throughout the flight” was yelled repeatedly through the loudspeaker on last Thursday’s United flight 69.  This was my first experience on United in many years and I decided to fly them because it was the cheapest flight I could get and I’d still get Continental elite miles for the trip.  Those elite miles are especially important since...
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