It was a long night for Spirit Airlines passengers in Miami. Hundreds of them were stranded after voluntary engine inspections grounded flights and delayed take-offs.
A Spirit Airlines jet was sitting in the tarmac at LaGuardia airport following the removal of a passenger who made a threat, CBS 2 reports.
In the airline industry, more seat rows mean more dollars. To cram more of us in coach, airlines — including United Airlines — are slimming seats to add more of them.
The New York Democrat is reacting to an Associated Press story last week detailing how families this summer are going to find it harder to sit together without paying fees that can add up to hundreds of dollars over the original ticket price.
More than 1.4 million passengers flew in or out of the airport last year, an 8 percent increase over the previous high set in 2007. It’s a 31 percent increase in scheduled service over 2009.