There is something to complain about to the airlines | Chroniclers
After several minutes of this, I walked through all the screens to the pay area. The payment screen informed me that I had taken too long and that these tickets were no longer available.
It took several lightning-fast web site visits to make a purchase successful.
In the weeks leading up to the flight, the airline sent out various emails touting their credit cards, points, rewards and upgrades. Then finally came the one who said it was time to check in online the day before the flight.
This took me through various screens, where once again I refused an expensive upgrade after an expensive upgrade. I once accidentally made half of a credit card application instead of the flight check-in. It’s in a pretty delicate disguise. Airlines are always pushing their credit cards.
It offered the option of buying better seats at $ 26 each – with no guarantee that we could sit together. Why should I pay $ 52 to send my child to sit with strangers?
Eventually he got to the end, where he didn’t complete the process. I tried over and over again, but although it did manage to show all of those selling points, it didn’t go to the final confirmation screen.
I tried the process on another computer, and it worked. He offered to print the boarding passes or email them. The computer I was using was not connected to a printer, so I chose email. He declined to send both boarding passes to the same email address, which is unnecessary when it comes to traveling with children whose business has to go through the parents’ email.