There's always going to be that one person on the plane you can't stand sitting next to. We have all been there before — crammed like sardines against an annoying airline passenger who can make your life a living hell.Read Full Story
In the past few years alone, airlines have not been getting good press for how they treat parents. Just days ago, we heard the shocking story of a teen with autism kicked off a United Airlines flight. Now Delta Airlines is in the hot seat — and they are being accused of price-gouging a father who needed to sit next to his 4-year-old daughter on the plane.Read Full Story
When Dr. Donna Beegle asked a flight attendant for help accommodating her special-needs daughter, she never expected to be escorted off her flight by police officers, but that's exactly what happened last week when Donna and her family were returning from a family vacation to Disney World.Read Full Story
It’s one of the most embarrassing experiences a parent can face: Your child has a meltdown in a public place. I daresay that when a tantrum takes place on a confined airplane at 30,000 feet, it’s even worse. The stress of dealing with high-pitched screams and flailing limbs is enough to make you want to jump out of the window (OK, perhaps not really, but almost).Read Full Story
Malaysia Airlines is in hot water. It would be an understatement to say that customers aren't happy with the content of its latest ad campaign. After two tragic plane crashes in less than a year, Malaysia Airlines has insensitively alluded to death in its "My Ultimate Bucket List" contest.Read Full Story
There are a few things that you can do to get kicked off a plane: Make a threat, fight with other passengers over legroom, bring an inconsolable baby on board or douse yourself with cologne in the airport. None of these options are recommended.Read Full Story
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