Over on Elliot Advocacy’s user forum, one commenter wrote about their experience seated on Air Canada’s premium Preferred Seating section with the promise of “greater legroom” and other parks—at an additional cost of $US100 per seat. But the reality can often be quite different.
When you’re overseas, paying in local currency is often the best move for your wallet — except when it comes to flights.
Everyone is horrified by how United Airlines has treated a paying passenger it decided to kick off a plane after he had boarded. One minor but chilling aspect of the horror? How United’s own comments abuse what language actually means to try and justify its shitty behaviour.