American Airlines Drops Bereavement Fares

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American Airlines Drops Bereavement Fares

American Airlines has announced that as a result of its merger with US Airways, it will end its policy of offering low-cost bereavement fares to customers flying across country due to a death in the family. What do you think?

  • “I have a hard time believing an airline would try to line their coffers at the expense of their customers.”

    Meg Douglas
    Certified Appraiser
  • “No! American Airlines’ policies are perfect just the way they are.”

    Stuart Latzen
    Kitchen Manager
  • “Guess I’m taking the bus.”

    Jason Scott
    Movie Theater Projectionist