On The Sweet Sound of Whistles

From Travels with Pain:


Fun facts to know and share: many major US air carriers charge $25 per ticket to book by phone rather than online. Seriously. All these carriers claim to waive this fee for disabled passengers in compliance with federal law, though Delta got caught (by reporter Pat Pheifer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune) trying to evade this policy recently.

Whistleblower: Blind flier stuck with fee

Really? Again, some more Delta?

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