If we were to head over to any airport in the country today and ask travelers whether they liked being charged add-on fees for checking bags, sitting in an exit row, food, entertainment, headphones, WiFi, or priority boarding, the consensus would undoubtedly be that these costs are a nickel-and-diming nuisance. But one airline industry analyst claims that travelers are secretly in love with these charges. [More]
carry-on bag fees
First of all, let’s get this straight — fee-happy carrier Spirit Airlines isn’t going to be charging every passenger $100 for a carry-on bag, although that would honestly not surprise us. But if you’re a passenger meeting certain conditions, you could end up paying a maximum of $100 just to bring that roller bag aboard if you’re not careful how you go about it.