I wanted to share an interesting article recently written by Scott McCartney, Travel Editor for the Wall Street Journal. The article addresses what many travelers are experiencing when purchasing cheap airfares. An airline ticket gets you a seat on a plane, but which seat, now that’s a different story.
Gary Zeune, a white-collar crime expert from Powell, Ohio, went online to check in for his Frontier Airlines flight from Denver to Dayton. The only seats available were middle seats in the back of the plane. Unhappy with the options, he decided to pay $25 extra for a “Stretch” seat with extra legroom. Full Story