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Trump To Make You Hate Flying Even More Than You Already Do


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The Trump Management is removing consumer protections from airline company guests. Ana Kasparian, Mark Thompson, Maytha Alhassen, the hosts of The Young Turks, simplify. Inform us what you assume in the remark section listed below.

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" The Trump Administration has actually made no secret of its antipathy for government regulations, and the airline company sector is now reportedly hoping the U.S. Transport Department will certainly get rid of a number of regulations created to protect guests.

That agency has come to be extra pro-consumer in the last few years, adopting a number of rules that aim to control regarded airline company misuses and deceitful techniques. So currently the airline company industry is hoping to transform the tide.

Inning accordance with a summary in The Wall surface Street Journal, right here are several of the regulations that airline companies really hope will certainly be rescinded:

A guideline that offers consumers a 24-hour moratorium after making a booking, during which they could cancel the reservation without fine. Without that guideline, customers might be charged a charge for terminating or changing a booking, even if they made a mistake in scheduling it."

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  1. Posted by ShawFFA, at Reply

    Drumpf the traitor

  2. Posted by LCarlTBM x, at Reply

    Deregulate business to the point where government itself is privatized is the Republican wet dream.

    • Posted by Pro Libertate, at Reply

      LCarlTBM x deregulation of business to the point the government hardly exists is the best way to go. Then the consumer business relationships are more important than the corporation- government quid pro quo.

  3. Posted by photoshopknight, at Reply

    companies mistreating consumers. anyone surprised?

  4. Posted by ACGreyhound04, at Reply

    People will soon start DYING because the airline owners won’t even be required to maintain their planes, just because the Dumpster thinks “All regulation is bad!” SMH

    • Posted by AwesomeBlackDude, at Reply

      ACGreyhound04 Trump first tank the stock market now conquer the skies by dying.

    • Posted by jibbo123, at Reply

      ACGreyhound04 Sorry Trump won the election and the pats lost the Superbowl. You took 2 losses.

  5. Posted by Sting Sniperscope, at Reply

    Well, I’ve been meaning to learn how to teleport at will.

    • Posted by Abdullahi Mohamoud, at Reply

      Sting Sniperscope for me since seeing goku use instant transmission

    • Posted by Dio Brando, at Reply

      Sting Sniperscope better go Ask Goku to train us then

  6. Posted by TurtleBurger, at Reply

    Stop flying, book no more holidays and stay where you are, the companies will crack to the pressure. TSA are disgusting and search and touch you in ways they shouldnt… sounds tough so if you fly deal with it if not make it known to all, call it the “No flight challenge” because for some reason over the past half decade putting challenge in front of anything will get people to do it.

  7. Posted by kettle chips, at Reply

    There are two definitions of freedom. The American definition and the rest of the first world’s definition.

  8. Posted by Steve Hirsch, at Reply

    Why did the trumptard cross the road?
    His d**k was stuck in the chicken…😂

  9. Posted by Visit FlagrantViolationsDotCom, at Reply

    Is price accuracy covered by fraud and state deceptive practices law?

  10. Posted by John Prentice, at Reply

    I own a small business and I can tell you from experience that the better you treat your customers the better you’ll do. Not sure why the airlines don’t understand this.

    • Posted by Coach JG, at Reply

      John Prentice because they have a monopoly. It’s the only time efficient way to travel

    • Posted by Jorge Amado Soria Ramírez, at Reply

      they do. What you don´t understand is that they are not small businesses and the same rule do not apply at their level.
      If you want to shop for groceries or services, free market for the win. If you want to operate in a big infrastructure market that requires parceling like airlines or telecoms, free market does not work and your experience is not necessarily applicable. You NEED to fly, they know it and they will squeeze you for everything they can as long as the Govt allows them, because you HAVE to use their services, no matter how shitty it is. They are not going bankrupt for lack of customers, they can only go bankrupt from operational costs, and they are slashing those left and right with this war on regulations.

    • Posted by Sebastian Koenig, at Reply

      That is only true if you differentiate your product and build specific customer relationships. Doesn’t work for large businesses because most consumers buy whatever is cheapest. Those willing to spend more get that better service.

    • Posted by Arrmia Benton, at Reply

      John Prentice I can tell you that as a consumer, that’s the best approach to take. Because I absolutely refuse to spend my money with a business that doesn’t treat its customers right. You might even loose some business, depending on how I was treated and how angry I am about the situation.

  11. Posted by doggiesarus, at Reply

    I have not flown on an American airline since 911 and TSA got put into place. Never plan to. I’ll drive or take a train.

    • Posted by Angel Symmetrika, at Reply

      doggiesarus Same here.

    • Posted by David Lazarus, at Reply

      Even Greyhound sounds like a dream in comparison.

    • Posted by Jonathan Cambron, at Reply

      I prefer to not have to lose a weeks wage to sit in a cramped vehicle for several days in favor of sitting ina cramped cabin for a few hours and spending more time enjoying my destination.

    • Posted by David Lazarus, at Reply

      Jonathan Cambron You do realise that the fees will be the start then there will be an end to minimum seat pitches and no number of other cut backs to boost revenues per flight.

  12. Posted by Starbright Wingtips, at Reply

    One more nail in the coffin of the US tourist industry.

  13. Posted by IslandSpudly, at Reply

    More reasons to NOT bother visiting the States.

  14. Posted by T_E_R_M, at Reply

    Fancy being in the US and having to pay like 400 USD for the privilege of being punched in the face by TSA or w/e theyre called

    In the EU i fly for like 22 EUR and I’m left in peace.

  15. Posted by Captain Bienvenue Canadian Avenger, at Reply

    Why doesn’t the U.S. have a modern, rapid-rail system across the country? Because the airline industry doesn’t want the competition. There’s your free-market at work.

    • Posted by Eddie Brock, at Reply

      You sound like someone who doesn’t trust profiteers.

    • Posted by Captain Bienvenue Canadian Avenger, at Reply

      I’ve drunk the cool-aid, I just can’t hold it down.

    • Posted by Captain Bienvenue Canadian Avenger, at Reply

      Right, funding….but why won’t they fund it?

  16. Posted by JARomero88, at Reply

    How is it that republicans hate regulations on corporations so much, but yet love regulating whether women can make decisions over their own bodies and whether people choose to smoke pot?

    • Posted by AlbertaGeek, at Reply

      The short answer is: because they’re old, white, Christian conservatives. The shorter answer is: they’re assholes.

  17. Posted by Chaz Bennett, at Reply

    Freedoms go away when CONSERVATISM/Corporatism is in Power.

  18. Posted by bnose202, at Reply

    He wants to build a wall, but burn everything else down 🙁

    • Posted by reelreeler, at Reply

      …..the punch line will be after the wall is built we discover it is actually there to keep us from leaving Trumpland.

  19. Posted by Abe McLaughlin, at Reply

    American airlines are pretty much the worst in the world. Especially for developed countries. Yet, as the middle lady said, they make rules just so that people can’t take other airlines with better services into the country either. Real nice.

    • Posted by Sir T.E.A, at Reply

      Even for developing countries bro…. I’ve traveled on most US airlines and I can honestly say Kenya Airways, South African airways, Ethiopian airways, Emirates, Qatar, Thai, these are all way better than the best US airline except Cathay Pacific​. Thats the only exception.

    • Posted by Sir T.E.A, at Reply

      In all fairness all the airlines I just listed are subsidised by their governments​, like the lady said… so thats why American air travel sucks.

    • Posted by TheIronChainMaster, at Reply

      Try flying with Air Koryo first then tell me this one isn’t the worst in the world

  20. Posted by fishy paw, at Reply

    “Travel broadens the mind”

    That’s the last thing the GOP wants.