Last quote by Charlie Leocha
Back in 2012, before DOT set rules to control deceptive advertising, airlines advertised transatlantic flights for $65. Of course, after reading the fine print a consumer found that the most inexpensive ticket cost more than $750. The FAA bill will allow airlines to return to that kind of anti-consumer misleading advertising.feedback
Jun 26 2017
This page is completely dedicated to what Charlie Leocha has to say. All of Charlie Leocha’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Charlie Leocha came from an article called A Mystery Up Above: How Much Are Frequent Flier Miles Worth? - The New York Times: “Consumers are totally at the mercy of the airlines. As long as the rules are written somewhere and the passenger checks the box saying they understand the fare and its rules, the airlines are home free.”.
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Quotes by Charlie Leocha
Jun 12 2017
Consumers are totally at the mercy of the airlines. As long as the rules are written somewhere and the passenger checks the box saying they understand the fare and its rules, the airlines are home free.feedback
Apr 26 2017
Whatever these customer-satisfaction studies say, passengers are their own worst enemies. They will sacrifice service and comfort in order to save a few dollars on airfare and frequent flier miles. In the front of the plane where business travelers are not subjected to the lowest price syndrome, service is getting better and better. The divide between classes on planes has never been more dramatic.feedback
Dec 02 2016
It's going to result in lower airfares.feedback
Oct 19 2016
I just have to hope that she would be a good steward of consumer needs and that she doesn't let corporate interests get in the way.feedback
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