Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Friday, September 10, 2010
Bravo to Susan Stellin who nailed the airlines on their practices that always favor them and punish the passenger when changes need to be made to an itinerary. In short, if I need to make a change to a trip it costs me, but if they make a change to my trip, I get no recompense for the inconvenience. A contract is a contract right? So, if I breach the original contract by making a change, I incur a financial consequence. But if an airline breaches the original contract by making a change (not getting me where they agreed to, when they agreed to, the way they agreed to, with my baggage intact), they have no financial consequence. Huh??