FlyersRights is the Largest Airline Passenger Non-Profit Organization with over 60,000 members.
FlyersRights' President Paul Hudson calls out DOT's Pete Buttigieg and the airlines for lying about the delays and the reasons for it. Learn about what you can do! You have rights that the airlines do not want you to know about.
Did your Spirit flight get canceled? Request an 'involuntary refund' now. The company began cancelling flights five days ago, citing bad weather, technical issues and labor shortages. Many travelers are left stranded in airports.
Passengers on two carriers posted pictures of their flights that appeared to lack social distancing. ABC News' Ines de La Cuetara reports.
Good Morning America reports that Chaya Bruck was traveling with her six kids when her youngest child Dina, 2, refused to wear her mask as other passengers who tried to support her were kicked off the plane.
Paul Hudson of Flyers Rights provides updates on the latest on airline travel from the traveler’s point of view on the Ralph Nader Radio Hour.
An Air Canada passenger who was delayed on a flight from Montreal to Los Angeles was given wrong information by the airline. The passenger was told, in writing, that the Montreal Convention rules, to which Canada is a signatory, are not in effect.
A passenger was forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight by law enforcement on Sunday after refusing to give up his seat.
Intense confrontation between passengers and an American Airlines flight attendant. The airline suspended the employee after the incident.
A young family was allegedly kicked off a Jetstar flight after they asked cabin crew if they could sit next to each other.
A woman flying from Pittsburgh to Atlanta was kicked off the flight for requesting a different seat, witnesses said.
FlyersRights' President Paul Hudson on the forcible removal of a passenger on an overbooked United flight to Louisville and what you need to know about your rights as a passenger.
After a warning from famed pilot Chesley Sullenberger, advocates are worried airlines' move to reduce seat sizes and fit more passengers on flights could create a safety concern. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
If you've taken a flight in coach anytime in the last 20 years, you may have noticed the seat in front of you creeping closer and closer to your knees. No, you're not growing.
In March 2019 a Boeing 737 MAX crashed shortly after takeoff in Ethiopia, killing all 157 people on board. What went wrong? Did Boeing hush up concerns about the safety of the aircraft? And what role did US aviation regulators play?