|02-16-2014 01:35 AM|
|07-12-2011 09:41 PM|
|mjd4277||If only ATA was still around.|
|07-10-2011 10:27 PM|
|jinstall||Ihave flow many airlines and I have had to pay for extra bgs before. I used my GTC and filed for reebursement later on my TV.|
|06-26-2011 02:13 PM|
I've flown a couple of time with the army and have gotten American everytime, never paid for extra bags or anything.
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|06-13-2011 10:41 PM|
It would not be on the orders otherwise.
basically they are being paid twice for the bags by the military. once through the contract and the second time reimbursing the soldier. Your tax dollars doing their finest work.
How many military personell a year do you think this happens to? Thats alot of bucks at 200 a bag...
|06-13-2011 05:23 PM|
|norcalfocus01||Not saying I agree with Delta's policy, but lets remember that it is their business and can choose to run it anyway they want. If they want to rape their customers (even worse the US militray) then maybe the US army should use another airline.|
|06-13-2011 05:14 PM|
|WiscoGTI||When the Army sends me somewhere, it's always been Delta.. and my service has never been too horrible. But this is nuts. I don't feel like anyone on orders should ever have to pay for any bags. It should all be free.|
|06-12-2011 09:40 PM|
Every airline is scandalous. I have actually had better experiences with Delta and JetBlue but even they are pretty horrible when it comes to customer service. Worst ever was United, which left me stranded in Rochester, NY... 1500 miles from home, canceled 24 hours' worth of flights and refused to give me any sort of hotel/meal/shuttle vouchers.
If they are going to charge extra money for a 40 pound bag then what about the obese person next to me that weighs 120 lbs more than me AND my bag combined and takes up 1 1/2 seats? If your flab oozes over the armrests there should be an extra fee, and it should go to ME not to the airline.
|06-12-2011 11:02 AM|
All of them will try to soak you. Delta just happened to get caught doing it to a whole group. I've had it happen with american and northwest also numerous times and gotten reimmbursed by the gov't, but learned quickly their little tactic and came up with a couple of my own.
Good thing I no longer have a need to fly.
|06-11-2011 02:52 PM|
|JCH841||Most airlines treat their customers like dirt. Just had a business flight on United where when I didn't upgrade from the company ticket at my own expense, I got to use the furthest away TSA screening station, past two "elite" customer stations at O'Hare in Chicago. I glad I got a comfortable, economical Focus for my personal travel. But as retired military, I have to say that soaking our active duty troops is a new low.|
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