East Hartford, CT, June 09, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- AerBuddy is here to help all individuals flying to different destinations within the United States. As a personal travel buddy the company has only one goal in mind and that’s to put smiles on passengers' faces when traveling.
AerBuddy was created by the same guys that brought you AerHub and was created to fill a gap in the airline industry. AerBuddy provides you with access to airline tickets in addition to travel consulting. Airlines have reacted to economic hardship by adding hidden fees to make their ticket prices appear budget friendly. Therefore, passengers are constantly finding themselves with unexpected expenses. AerBuddy not only provides affordable initial ticket costs, but pays the fee for one or more checked bags for each client. AerBuddy also monitors passenger flights in case of the need to reroute clients due to delays, and provides periodic updates on airport changes, available car rentals, and hotel accommodations to ensure ultimate peace of mind. In addition, AerBuddy gives assistance with any airline customer service issues, researches the airline's contract of carriage, and helps clients get the compensation they deserve for any traveling mishaps.
AerBuddy.com founder, Wilkinson Egwu, is a veteran of the aviation industry. With his experience at airlines such as JetBlue Airways, Wilkinson began his journey to change the course of the travel industry by creating AerHub.com, an aviation social networking site. AerHub provides the opportunity for passengers to connect with aviation professionals. With this direct insight to frequent flyers and their opinions, Mr. Egwu quickly realized that many travelers were frankly unhappy with the direction major airlines have been taking. His decision to create AerBuddy.com was fueled by these frustrated passengers. Mr. Egwu says, "Basically, AerBuddy is an idea fostered by changes in the airline industry--first charging for an extra checked bag, then charging for selecting exit row seats, and now charging for even carry-on bags. These major airlines are monopolizing the industry and are choosing to charge additional fees rather than creating new ideas and becoming more innovative in these hard economic times. With the increase in prices to travel by flight, one might think that strong customer service would be on the incline as well; however, this is not what passengers are being given. In fact, travelers are experiencing a lack of information at the airport, passenger bags are still being lost, and to top it off, any snack a customer wants while on board comes at a price. Overall, the industry from a passenger perspective is in decline and AerBuddy is stepping in to say enough is enough. AerBuddy is here for the passenger, not the industry."