According to USA Today, United, Delta and American are offering more favored boarding and luggage deals to passengers willing to pay extra. The airline nickel and diming continue, and could get worse.
The deals are similar to resort fees, where the ads say you pay $99.99 for your room, but it actually costs $150 plus. There should be a special place in the afterlife for airline and hotel executives who think up these padded price scams.
When they ride their final heavenly flight, they should be squeezed into the last row, middle seat, no recline, next to the overflowing, fragrant restroom. With a screaming, soiled diaper baby on one side, and grossly fat flatulent elderly passenger holding a screeching therapy parrot on the other.