A lawsuit seeking class-action status says passenger bags sometimes get bumped to make way for paid cargo, Crain's Chicago Business reports.» Read More
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AirCare, a travel insurance company, insures tarmac delays of more than two hours for $1,000. NBC News reports.
A lawsuit seeking class-action status says passenger bags may be bumped to make way for paid cargo, Crain's Chicago Business reports.
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