It was only a matter of time: Airline fees have begun replicating at an exponential rate.
Spirit Airlines, which last year started charging passengers $30 to $45 for carry-on bags, has found a new way to extract money from people who want to bring things with them when they fly. For all tickets booked on or after March 23, Spirit now charges passengers a fee for not paying their baggage fees far enough in advance.
Yes, you heard that right: a fee for not paying a fee early enough. Post continues after video.
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fees for fees....airlines are pointing the gun at our heads ...pay up for this wonderful service...huh!
next thing the airlines will charge consumers is to charge a fee for booking a flight..
I can see a government pushed luxury tax being applied to all who fly. The business will lay it off on the consumers, before you ever see them charge for booking flights.
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