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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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4 Comments On "App of the Week: FlyersRights.org"
  1. MikeH|

    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????

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      Yikes! Have you contacted them?

  2. Wanda Cowan|

    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?

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      That’s a shame. Have you emailed or called their head office?

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