Complaints against US airlines doubled year-over-year in November 2015, according to the US Bureau of Transportation Statistics’ Air Travel Consumer Report. Passengers logged 884 complaints against the 13 major US airlines in November 2015, compared to 443 complaints registered in November 2014. US airlines in this complaint category are primarily those with at least 1% of total domestic scheduled-service passenger revenues, as determined by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics ...

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