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United Airlines, Well Really Republic Airline, & The Legality Of Deboarding Passengers

Over the past week we have all become familiar with United Airlines vs Dr. David Dao … which really is more like Republic Airline & The Chicago Department of Aviation vs Dr. David Dao … but that isn’t really relevant right now.   Since Dr. Dao’s unfortunate situation with Republic Airline and Chicago Aviation Security…

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Revisited: Airline Bereavement Fares, Are They Worth It?

Over the past few weeks I have received a number of requests from people regarding airline bereavement fares, sometimes referred to as “compassion fares.”. I am not sure why these enquiries all seem to have come in a relatively short period of time, but having replied to nine people in a little over two weeks…

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Wings for Autism at Boston Logan Airport … Wow … Just WOW!

Earlier this week, on the 3rd of April, I wrote about JetBlue’s Wings for Autism program at Boston Logan Airport being held today, the 6th of April.  As the father of a child with autism, as well as a frequent flyer, I can honestly say I have long since been worried about flying with my…

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Airlines Not Being Entirely Honest About Delays & Cancellations

Yesterday Chris Elliott, a noted consumer advocate and travel blogger … who you should all be reading … wrote a blog post entitled ‘Are airlines bending the truth about weather delays?’, which got me thinking about all my delayed and canceled flights.   I’m not going to go into the rules surrounding passenger compensation, or…

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The American Airways, err US Airlines, Merger

Valentines Day will bring together a new relationship, the union between American Airlines and US Airways.   What a merged American Airlines and US Airways will look like will remain to be seen, and both airlines have a checkered history in buyouts and mergers. When American Airlines took over TWA hostility ran deep, the tension…

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A Frequent Flyers’ Positive Airline Customer Experience

Today’s post is directly taken, in it’s entirety from Peter Shankman’s blog (yes, I have his permission to post it here on Flying With Fish) and his story is one experienced by thousands of travelers every day, but stories we almost never hear of.  Why do we rarely hear stories like Mr. Shankman’s?  Because it…

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World Trade Center Properties vs United and American

As the 11th anniversary of the September 11 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States ebbs closer, it is an event etched in the minds of the majority of Americans. On 9/11/01 we watched in horror as hijacked United Airlines Boeing 767-222 and American Airlines 767-223 aircraft flew into the World Trade Center, the images…

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Is This Potential Air India Ad For New York Too Offensive?

Sex sells, this has been known since the dawn of modern advertising.   Airlines and travel companies use images of attractive people on beaches or ski slopes in their marketing, display images of attractive cabin crew on billboards and some airlines are racier then others … but few cross the line. The airlines that do cross…

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PeoplExpress Is Back … well sort of, maybe not

Yesterday the newest airline in the United States was unveiled, sort of, at Virginia’s Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport … the airline sports a familiar name, a familiar logo and a familiar launch route the airline is PeoplExpress.   Back on the 30th of April 1981, only a few years after airlines were deregulated in the…

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Guest Post : Top Five Tips For Flying With An Infant

Today’s post on Flying With Fish is a guest post from Jasmine Decarie, author of mommyredefined.com. Jasmine, a marketing professional,  communicator, airline travel junkie,  runner (why do people run voluntarily?) and last but certainly not least … a Mom … offers up some great tips on flying with an infant.   There are lots of…

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