Airlines that still offer them often make passengers jump through hoops to qualify. And the discount can be meager.
Coast-to-coast routes can generate huge profits, and carriers are rolling out the perks to attract high-paying passengers.
While not all are created equal and some are still better than others, the industry as a whole can slow.
The passenger reacted badly to huge penalties for overweight luggage, sparking a security scare at 2 airports.
Europe's largest low-cost carrier says it's easing up on speed to cut down on sky-high fuel costs.
The airline's shares have risen 55% this year, but skepticism about its 2010 tie-up with Continental remains.
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