Dog Days for Delta After Refusing to Transport Epileptic Toddler’s Support Dog

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Seizure alert trained service dog Daisy.

Daisy (Photo courtesy of Help A Dog Out Rescue)

Delta’s enforcement of its service dog rules is hounding the airline. Continue reading

Good News for Delta, Bad News for Medallions: Fewer Upgrades Available. How to Improve Your Chances

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First class in a Delta Air Lines 737.

During Delta’s quarterly investors’ call this week, mothership brass revealed a surge in premium seat purchases. But more cushy seats sold = fewer seats for Medallions to enjoy complimentary upgrades. Continue reading