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If you’re tired of the loyalty program apologists who breathlessly tout the benefits of their high-fee, high-interest rate credit cards, then meet Charles Morris.
Like many travelers, he fell for an airline card — and lived to regret it.
Airlines do it by quietly restricting the terms on their tickets. Cruise lines resort to good old-fashioned salesmanship. And the entire travel industry does it better, thanks to sophisticated software.
It’s called the “upsell” — and yes, it’s completely out of control.
Jennifer Aniston is taking off the gloves in a new Emirates ad that makes US airlines look, well, foolish.
In the ad, US carriers, as a whole, are slammed and downright mocked for the anemic level of service they provide their customers, who they appear to resent.
Deanna Nielsen booked a multiple-leg itinerary on British Airways from San Francisco to Nairobi, Kenya, with a stopover in London in February. She purchased the trip through Diamond Resorts, which describes itself as a “full service hospitality and vacation ownership company.”
Is this a plane cabin or a cage match?
That’s the question I’d have been asking myself on-board the JetBlue flight to New York as I watched two women brawling, one armed with a can of pepper spray and the other with a razor and a wicked right hook.