Automate Your Inflight Wifi Refunds, Video Of Cat Loose On A Plane [Roundup]

News and notes from around the interweb:

  • Nice.

    DoNotPay’s GPT AI bot has something called “tag along” mode.

    Every time you visit a large company’s website and do something, it aggressively asks them for a refund, discount or credit, if it feels like you deserve it.

    Just got me back $19 for poor airplane Wi-Fi.

    — Joshua Browder (@jbrowder1) December 16, 2022

  • LAX updates.

    United, however, does not get the same treatment for Terminal 9, which CEO Scott Kirby has been angling for as a Star Alliance terminal.

    LAWA describes T9 as an "international common-use facility." #LAX pic.twitter.com/Yu2ukixGhk

    — Edward Russell (@ByERussell) December 16, 2022

  • Katherine Jenkins can’t sing for the Pope because BA lost her luggage I have to imagine she’ll buy a new dress, hopefully BA will cover it.

  • That feeling when.

    @AmericanAir really? When you board a 16 hour non stop flight? pic.twitter.com/hCuo5GSANs

    — abi murthy (@abimurthy) December 17, 2022

  • Imagine bringing a pet in cabin and not keeping track of it.

    This is a first. A cat got loose on my @SouthwestAir flight & ran around the plane like a damn track star. Finally, it was caught by some very very irritated stewardess and returned to its clueless owner.

    The culprit 😼 pic.twitter.com/c8hcwg15Df

    — Lauren Luxenburg (@LaurenC_Lux) December 16, 2022

  • British Airways sent a dog to Riyadh instead of Nashville perhaps inspired by United sending a dog to Japan by mistake the day after a dog died after they forced it to travel in the overhead bin.

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