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Cranky on the Web: More Multi City Pricing


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Consumers push back on new airline rules, higher faresPhiladelphia Inquirer
The airline rules on multi-city trips are still changing, and people are still writing about it. This is a pretty good summary story, though to be fair, it’s changing again. I may end up writing another piece on this.

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3 comments on “Cranky on the Web: More Multi City Pricing

  1. How can American say the lawsuit filed, “are completely without merit.” if all three carriers started doing this at the same time? Seems funny to me and if I was on a jury would think something is fishy about all that and side against the airlines(s).

  2. American Airlines is the WORST airline, there is. previously, I had refused to set foot on A US airways plane for 27 years due to the treatment I received when traveling with my 4 year old son to Disney for the first time. I can see the behavior and rudeness continue in the new arrangement. DON’T use them. They don’t even know one another’s name or care about customers who pay a huge amount of money to be crammed onto a rattle trap plane!

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