App of the Week: FlyersRights.org

Flyers Rights App My sister recently found out that she could get $1,300 for being involuntarily kicked off of a flight because the airline oversold it. If she didn’t have me for a brother she could’ve downloaded the FlyersRights.org app to see what her legal rights as a passenger are. You can get the app for $0.99. It works for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

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Johnny Jet
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4 Comments on "App of the Week: FlyersRights.org"

  1. I just tried to download the FlyersRights.org iPhone app and received the message that the app is not available in the US app store. What’s the deal????

  2. My son wears a battery-operated insulin pump. He must not be x-ray and realizes he must be patted down. TSA always gives him a hard time and do not understand the problem. Is there an easy way to get through this process without a conflict?

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