When Hurricane Michael destroys Katharyn Goodrich’s home, it also delays her Sears Optical order. Can anyone secure a refund? “After the hurricane, what did Sears Optical do with my glasses?”
When Jet Airways cancels Ariel Reyes’ flight from Paris to Mumbai, the airline offers $1,360 under EC 261, the European airline consumer protection regulation. But two months later, Reyes is still waiting.
“After a Jet Airways cancellation, where’s my compensation?”
It’s not too early to start thinking about spring break.
The annual rite for sun worshipers, which runs from February to mid-April, isn’t just a stampede toward warmer weather. Many ski resorts experience peak demand, too. If you’re traveling somewhere in the coming weeks, you’ll need to start planning now and to keep a few strategies in mind, experts say.
“The ultimate spring break travel survival guide”
A fleet of 25 robots started delivering Blaze custom pizzas, Starbucks lattes and Dunkin’ Donuts pastries to students at George Mason University’s Fairfax, Va., campus last week. But their quiet presence on campus raised an interesting question: What are the rules for robots delivering food?
It turns out those guidelines, mostly involving safety and customer service, are largely unwritten. But that hasn’t stopped the experts from thinking about them.
“Here are the rules for robots delivering food”
Be honest – you stopped playing the first class upgrade game a long time ago.
And for good reason. Airlines demanded way too much in exchange for a slightly more comfortable seat: unquestioning brand loyalty, an encyclopedic knowledge of their arcane and constantly changing loyalty program rules, or a briefcase full of cash.
“How to fly first class for (almost) free”