New Fine Print on Airline Tickets

July 10, 2020

New Fine Print on Airline Tickets Do you always read the fine print? Nowadays, the fine print is just thrown into the terms and conditions agreement of a contract and will go unnoticed by most people. If you’ve flown with American Airlines recently, you probably didn’t notice the new fine print on the terms and…

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August 29, 2017

The Case of the  Incredible Shrinking Airline Seat FAA has to reconsider regulating airplane seats   A federal judge in Washington D.C. has ordered the Federal Aviation Administration to review seat sizes and legroom on commercial airlines. The ruling comes after an advocacy group, Flyers Rights, petitioned the FAA in 2015 to implement new rules…

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The Fallout of Sequester Cuts

April 25, 2013

While every community has, in some way, been affected by the “sequester” imposed on March 1 of this year, it took almost 2 months for the general public – the traveling kind anyway – to start feeling its widespread effects. On Sunday, April 20th, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration furloughed all 47,000 agency employees, including…

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