|Quoting Adriaticus (Thread starter):|
Your insights will be greatly appreciated...
|Quoting ANother (Reply 5):|
the reasonable amount has gone up to $100.
|Quoting EA CO AS (Reply 6):|
it's $50.00 each way.
|Quoting ANother (Reply 7):|
No, I don't think so. The rule only applies to stranded passengers - those that had already begun their journey.
|Quoting WDBRR (Reply 1):|
I always wondered what happens
to the records they have.....personnel records, flight records,
reservation archives, etc. do they send it to a 3rd party
records storage facility? does it all get destroyed?
|Quoting EA CO AS (Reply 8):|
from what I recall. It doesn't only apply to stranded customers. It covers anyone ticketed to travel domestically on the now-defunct carrier, provided their ticket is for the same competing route and travel was scheduled within either 60 or 90 days (I forget which - I'm writing from home, not my office) of the now-defunct carrier's shutdown date.