Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes Tuesday, February 19, 2013 Some Things Never Change:  Tarmac nightmares are still a problem Valentine’s Day this year was the sixth anniversary of the JetBlue JFK tarmac stranding, when hundreds of passengers were imprisoned for up to 11 hours on grounded planes at its hub in New York. Tarmac strandings have been reduced, but not eliminated, by the… Read More

They Merge, We Lose AA-US Airways Merger A Bad Deal For Customers Tuesday February 12, 2013 Air travelers will end up losing in a deal that would create the largest airline in the U.S., according to consumer advocates interviewed by the Huffington Post last week. Frequent flyers should be wary of the developments, according to Paul Hudson,… Read More

Flying Off into the Sunset Kate Hanni, Vocal Advocate for Passenger Rights, Steps Down Unwavering Commitment to Improving Airline Passenger Rights  Tuesday, February 5, 2013 FlyersRights’ Executive Director, Kate Hanni, announced she is stepping down after nearly seven years of unwavering commitment to improving airline passenger rights, due to personal and family reasons. During her tenure,… Read More