Airlines Return To Friendly Skies With Cheaper Seats And Free Meals
This year, several legacy airlines have rolled out cheaper, no-frills pricing on economy seats to compete with ultra low-cost carriers and reinstated meals on certain routes. Is it making customers happier?
Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Airline Weekly’s Seth Kaplan about changes to airline service.
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