Which airline do you refuse to fly, and why?
Christopher Elliott, the nation's top travel ombudsman, has an article today on CNN.com in which he talks about people's "no-fly" lists. (He says he gets the most complaints about US Airways.) The editor of Gridskipper, Chris Mohney, responded with his own personal "no-fly" list. (In a word: AirTran). Mark Ashley of Upgrade Travel Better says he hears more complaints from readers about Spirit than any other airline.
One exec at Spirit airlines says that travelers don't care how badly an airline treats them, as long as they can get the cheapest fare. Is that true for you? Which airline is on your "no-fly" list? Feel free to sound off below.
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