Where Travelers Can Complain

Aircomplane.com, a web log for disgruntled airline passengers that launched last week, allows travelers to voice complaints and concerns, and share tips and advice, the Wall Street Journal reports. Site administrators will monitor the postings to keep the dialogue civil. Comments are divided into categories like "In the air" and "Humdingers!" Security criticisms, however, are not allowed. "We live in a complicated time," the company says, "and certain procedures—even if occasionally imperfect or inconvenient—deserve our cooperation and support."

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