As we look back with pride on our successes, and look forward to another year of challenges, we gratefully reflect on the fact that we are an organization supported entirely through the generosity of our members. Again we must ask you, our loyal membership, to continue your generous support in 2019. The fight is far from… Read More


We get plenty of questions, but one we recently received deserves a wider audience: What things are most likely to trip up a passenger in a contract of carriage? All airline contracts of carriage are contracts of adhesion, involving no bargaining power by the consumer. Read more about adhesion here. You agree to the airline’s… Read More


Recent In-Flight Sexual Abuse Complaints to Feds Released By Airline Passenger Group… Nothing Done?   Perpetrators Allowed to “Sleep it Off,” Served “3 Jack Daniels and 1 wine,” and Not Met by Police   For more information, contact Paul Hudson, President, FlyersRights.org at 800-662-1859 or paul@flyersrights.org.   Washington, DC-November 29, 2018- FlyersRights.org has released 20 detailed… Read More


We’re here for YOU Flyersrights.org Member! With the only toll free hotline 877-FLYERS6. With the only comprehensive know your rights! Web site www.flyersrights.org/know-your-rights -bookmark it now! With the only staffed advocacy office in DC. Help us continue our advocacy work on behalf of airline passengers for another 10 years! If you have not please Donate now! Thanks so much and… Read More


Two aviation crashes outside the U.S. made headlines this week. Lion Air crash An almost-new Boeing 737 Max 8 operated by Indonesian low-cost carrier Lion Air crashed shortly after departing from Jakarta International Airport on Oct. 29. Lion Air had operated the aircraft only since August of this year. The 737 carrying 189 passengers and crew went… Read More


It’s getting late. Your flight is indefinitely delayed or outright canceled. A quick scan of your phone or the airport monitors shows another airline still has a flight out tonight. Confidently, you approach the airline agent … Sound familiar? Let’s take a step back and examine the responsibility of airlines when it comes to delays… Read More


As we look back with pride on our successes, and look forward to another year of challenges, we gratefully reflect on the fact that we are an organization financed entirely through the generosity of our members. Again we must ask you, our loyal membership, to continue your generous support in 2018. The fight is far… Read More


From the department of we told you so, American Airlines joined the fee-raising party last week, hiking bag fees to match Delta, United, JetBlue, Air Canada and WestJet. Was anyone really surprised by the move, started by JetBlue in late August and matched by the other carriers within a month? Aren’t airlines supposed to compete against each… Read More