Holiday Airline Episode 1
Holiday Airline Fees
Just as we were getting used to forking over cash for extra baggage at the airport or snacks on board, we're slapped with a new fee. Get ready to pay a surcharge if you plan to travel around Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's.
Believe it or not, these charges won't disappear after the holidays. Travelers who are flying on March 14, 20, 21 and 28 as well as April 5 and 11 will have to pay an extra . Why? These days are apparently special (March 14 is the start of daylight savings time. Do we get a day off of work for this "special" time? I think not.)
And football fans had better be prepared to pull out their wallets: Delta/Northwest introduced a (!) fee for travel in certain South Florida airports the day after the Super Bowl in Miami (February 8th).
Outrageous? Yes. But what can we do? Throw a fit at the check-in counter, leave in a huff, yelling "We're taking the train!" over our shoulder? That satisfaction may just wear thin somewhere around hour 10 on the Lake Shore Limited line.
Until the airlines resolve their money problems, all we can do is buckle up and enjoy the flight. And maybe pack a lunch.
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