Call to Action, Double Header FAA Reauthorization Bill Moving Let’s Thank the DOT! TSA Admits Mistreating Elderly Women What Kate’s Saying FAA Reauthorization Bill Moving-Time to Act WHAT’S HAPPENING? We’ve been fighting for years to move our Three-Hour Tarmac Rule from a Department of Transportation ruling to a part of the United States Code-a… Read More

We all know that air travel is never a sure thing. Many flights are delayed or cancelled, for a variety of reasons. If your flight is cancelled, what do you do? What are your rights? There was once an FAA rule, Rule 240, which required airlines to book you on other airlines’ flights in the… Read More

  > New DOT Rules Coming This Month! Flight Cancelled-Now What? Tarmac Delays, Cancellations Down in November Flyers Rights Education Fund Matching Gifts What Kate’s Saying New DOT Rules Coming This Month When the Department of Transportation (DOT) implemented their second round of rules last August 23rd, they bowed to airline requests and delayed four… Read More

  “Middle Seat” Airline Scorecard DOT Denies Airline Rule Delay Petition Flyers Rights Education Fund Offer Extended What Kate’s Saying WSJ “Middle Seat” Blog Airline Scorecard Scott McCartney, the Wall Street Journal’s “Middle Seat” blogger, has released his 2011 Middle Seat Scorecard, rating the major airlines on their performance in key areas of service. “top”… Read More

  2012-The Fight Continues In Retrospect The Road Ahead Help Us Succeed What Kate’s Saying In Retrospect Airlines once imprisoned tens of thousands of passengers a year in planes that sat on the tarmac for countless hours. Over the last few years, the airlines have latched onto the idea of “unbundling” or separating what was… Read More