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TACA Airlines: Stellar Service

TACA Airlines: Stellar Service

May 2, 2012 No Comments Chivalry is dead. These three words have been heard time and again as our society seems to have slipped into a certain apathy regarding basic manners and courtesy. Unfortunately, this indifference has permeated so many service sectors including airlines. Many airlines these days have cut back on perks, increased restrictions and lowered their overall standards ...

 

The Southwest Airlines Experience: Flying with Kids in Tow

The Southwest Airlines Experience: Flying with Kids in Tow

October 17, 2010 2 Comments I have to admit when I first learned that the only airline that flew direct from Las Vegas, NV to Austin, TX was Southwest, I was a bit concerned.  After all, in the past the airline’s reputation had been less than stellar.  The reviews from friends and family were mixed; some had literally sworn never ...

 

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Flying With a Disability: What Parents Should Know Before Arriving at the Airport

Flying With a Disability: What Parents Should Know Before Arriving at the Airport

September 20, 2010 3 Comments Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, air travel has become increasingly challenging for everyone. Taking off your shoes, undergoing random pat-downs and packing your liquids to comply with regulations can be annoying at best, particularly when traveling with children. If your child has a disability, the process may seem overwhelming. Make a detailed ...

 

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American Airlines Insult to Injury

American Airlines Insult to Injury

August 4, 2010 1 Comment My family planned a reunion trip for the month of February in Hawaii at the Marriott Ko Olina Resort in Oahu.  My husband and I booked first class flights on American Airlines departing LAX and arriving in Honolulu, while our adult children with their spouses and children booked economy/coach on the same flight.  Our reservations ...