William McGee

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William McGee is a former aircraft dispatcher who worked in airline operations and management. Now a passenger advocate, he writes a monthly travel column for USA Today and is the author of Attention All Passengers: The Airlines' Dangerous Descent---and How to Reclaim Our Skies.

McGee is a former editor of Consumer Reports' Travel Letter.

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The "back of the bus" has turned into the back of the plane — with discrimination based on class, social status… and money.

Will airline service ever be great again?

The "back of the bus" has turned into the back of the plane — with discrimination based on class, social status… and money.

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It's been a pretty good year for the airline industry, despite those loose seat rows on American Airlines' planes.

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