Monday, April 19, 2010

British Airways seeks compensation for ash chaos

BBC reports British Airways is seeking to be compensated for the trouble with the ashes from the Iceland volcano. In other words, they are expecting us to pay for the chaos since the government gets its money for its citizens, citizens would be paying for it. However, I think we need to remind the airline companies to use their own rule whereas if the delay is a cause of nature, they are under no obligation to compensate the passenger, in other words, airlines do not have to give you a room in a hotel or a food voucher. It seems only fair that they take their own rule and use it, instead of asking for a handout--the government did not cause this volcano.




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