I found myself in a hotel in Boston on the day after Thanksgiving with a half a pecan pie, which is the kind of thing that can happen to people in my family.
USA Today is reporting that the push for a passengers bill of rights is gaining momentum in Congress again, but that advocates for passengers’ rights don’t believe the proposals now on the table go far enough.
For one thing, they don’t set a limit on how long passengers can be held on a plane on the ground. And the provisions on how passengers will be fed and treated while they’re being held look pretty wishy-washy to me.
But enough out of me. Arthur Frommer, a steadfast advocate for the common traveler, has a brilliant blog entry on the topic.