It seems as a general rule we have lost our way with regard to the agreed upon meaning of the term “first class”. That or United is either crazy or lying to us.
Tag Archives for United Airlines.
When the average passenger on a United airlines flight watches a United Global Services member walk past everyone else up to the front of the line, what do they think?
How is United’s suit against Skiplagged similar to an event that happened in 2003 to FlyerTalk member chriseng? And will it all matter in the end?
Have you found yourself wishing you could print your own bag tags? And if you do print your own bag tags and your luggage goes missing because the tags fall off, do you think the lost luggage itself should be your penalty for a job poorly done – or should the airline fire you?
A few topics never fail to inspire passionate debate amongst frequent flyers. Upgrade availability, or lack thereof. Award chart changes. And, of course … ice cream sundaes.
Leave a jacket on an airplane and the airline finds and returns it within a day or two and you probably think, “Oh good, they found it.” Get it returned over a year later and you think, “Amazing!”.
Delays, lost luggage, rude gate agents … these are all legitimate and oft repeated complaints about airlines. But the following two threads, in which FlyerTalk members offer a litany of trivial – but still very real – airline complaints, are prime examples of why I started this blog. The threads: What’s the stupidest, least substantive…
As I typed the title to this thread I thought to myself, “Here we go again … another thread about cool flight numbers.” Seriously, who cares about flight numbers, right? Sure, they’re necessary to make the whole airline travel thing go, and sometimes they are useful to know when you want to know the type…