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Chairman,

You'll be happy to know that this is one conspiracy theory that can be confirmed. Airlines generally do not lose baggage to mistakes, at this point the primary reason for lost bags is an attempt to lower aircraft weight or speed takeoff by removing some baggage from the system. It is lower cost in some cases to FedEx your bag later than it is to load it on the plane.
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Post time 2010-4-4 02:37:35 |Display all floors

List of airlines with no fees

Originally posted by tradervic at 2010-3-30 21:21
... no baggage fees.


Hey you know what, do you have a list of American airlines (on domestic routes) with no fees and add-ons?

Amtrak looks better and better by the day, only problem, bad point-to-point connections and pricey ( and I don't mean Acela ). Would be good if you guys can fix Amtrak up like trains in China or EU.
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Post time 2010-4-5 03:00:00 |Display all floors
Originally posted by cestmoi at 2010-3-30 07:24
It's a bit rich.

On a domestic flight from X to Y, one has to pay US$25 to check in a small piece of luggage which would have fitted into the overhead compartment.

US$25 for checking in a pie ...


Pilots aghast at Ryanair toilet charge
(PA)
Ginny McGrath Recommend? (1) Ryanair’s proposal to introduce a £1 toilet charge is not only legal; it is being taken seriously by pilots.

The airline’s chief executive, Michael O’Leary, announced this morning that the carrier is looking into fitting coin slots to the toilet doors of its aircraft. Passengers would have to pay £1 to use the loo.

According to the Civil Aviation Authority, which regulates the aviation industry in the UK, Ryanair would not be breaking the law by introducing the charge.

A spokesman told Times Online: “The situation is that there is no legal requirement for an aircraft to have a toilet onboard, so if an airline does have a toilet they can charge to use it.


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Ryanair slams 'Thomas Crooks' for overcharging

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Stranded in Spain courtesy of Ryanair, Paul Kilduff ruminates on the debt we owe Michael O’Leary and his no-frills revolution

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“Ryanair is legally able to do this.”

The proposals are being discussed avidly by pilots on the industry blog, the Professional Pilots Rumour Network.

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