You may recall, back in July, on a JetBlue flight from Long Beach to San Francisco passenger Jessie Char encountered the worst kind of airline seatmate — a pair of feet. “I noticed one of the armrests collapse and so I looked over only to see a foot emerge from the row behind me,” Char told People of the incident.
Reddit user Zebidee posted the cheeky photo with the comment, "If you want to wind up in the same country as your wedding outfits, don't fly Delta Airlines."
A flight attendant continues to question the health effects of a new uniform, and an expert finds this to be part of a larger problem.
Michael Mennella says he was taken off the plane by police — stemming from the fact that the airline neglected to reserve a wheelchair for the him.
With so much turmoil being documented lately between flight crews and passengers, one flight attendant is standing up for his profession.
The folks at Emirates Airlines are offering moisturizing pajamas to their first-class customers on overnight flights. The PJs contain hydra active microcapsule technology, which is supposed to help your skin retain moisture. The fabric is infused with sea kelp, which is released as you move your body.
So for those of us who will never get to run through the aisles of Trump Force One, here’s a look inside the over-the-top plane.
Picture this: the weather is horrible, anxiety is high, and your plane is stuck on the tarmac. Then a flight attendant announces, “We don't want to die.”
Instead of watching “Frozen” for the 10th time, now you can watch a documentary on David Bowie while flying on British Airways. (Photo: AP)
Malaysia Airlines is prohibiting checked baggage on Tuesday and Wednesday on flights to Paris and Amsterdam. (Photo: AP)
Recent high school graduates compete in bikinis to be selected as models or flight attendants in China. (Photo: Xinhua/Xinhua Press/Corbis)
How can you be mad about a delayed flight with a cute pup like this looking into your eyes? (Photo: United Airlines)
A teenager hacked into an airline’s website, stealing sensitive information, and ripping off customers. (Photo: Thinkstock)
Which got us thinking: What rights do passengers really have when everything that can go wrong does? For answers, we referred to the Department of Transportation (DOT), whose main job is to make U.S. travel safe and efficient. We also chatted with aviation consumer expert Christopher Elliott, who strongly believes that it’s important for passengers to have their guard up while traveling. “That way you don’t end up paying for something that the airline should have taken care of.” Here are your rights in the following scenarios. The airline goes on strike Lufthansa cabin crew protest during a strike at the airport in Duesseldorf, Germany, on Nov. 9.
Air rage is thriving, and honestly, it’s getting a little out of control. To figure out why people are losing their minds on planes, Yahoo Travel conducted a survey asking people to identify what triggers their air rage.