Tag: overweight

Are you still wearing extra clothes to avoid baggage fees?
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Are you still wearing extra clothes to avoid baggage fees?

Dmytro Makarov Dmytro Makarov- June 4, 2019

Passengers who don extra clothes to avoid fees charged for overweight baggage is not an acceptable practice according to 42% ... Read More

Will carry-on fees end overweight luggage overhead?
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Will carry-on fees end overweight luggage overhead?

editor editor- April 17, 2010

It appears that Spirit Airlines' latest fee levy for carry-on luggage was the straw that broke the camel's back. Passengers ... Read More

Overweight passengers should inquire about seat policies before booking flight
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Overweight passengers should inquire about seat policies before booking flight

editor editor- March 1, 2010

Each airline has its own guidelines on whether overweight passengers should buy more than one seat and how much it ... Read More

A skinny airline passenger has rights, too
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A skinny airline passenger has rights, too

editor editor- February 18, 2010

Robert Evans climbed aboard a small US Airways Express jet in El Paso this past summer and found a very ... Read More

Overweight? Here’s how to find which airlines have widest seats
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Overweight? Here’s how to find which airlines have widest seats

editor editor- April 20, 2009

If you are an overweight traveler flying coach and are worried about being charged for two seats by United Airlines ... Read More

AAPR blasts United Airlines decision to discriminate against people of size
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AAPR blasts United Airlines decision to discriminate against people of size

editor editor- April 18, 2009

The Association for Airline Passenger Rights (AAPR) today blasted the decision by United Airlines to violate the civil rights of ... Read More

Overweight Americans sink old boat-safety rule
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Overweight Americans sink old boat-safety rule

editor editor- September 24, 2008

The growth of America's waistline has hit the waterways. Since it's not polite to throw a man overboard, the U.S. Read More

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