Are budget airlines worth it?
Frontier recently set new fees for some services, but budget airlines are still a good deal for passengers who shun amenities.
I will never check a bag again. Sorry, but every time I've ever had a connecting flight they have lost my bag that I have checked. I can't tell you how many holidays I spent wearing my Dad's 1978 style clothes because the airline lost my checked bag.
LIKEWISE... as one of the few light travelers in the world (my backpack that's it), too many of you bring too much crap on vacation. I am amazed when I have to stand in the check-in line (very rarely) and I see these morons checking bags larger than they are. And don't get me started with the carry on passengers. Being one myself I cannot deny that free carry ons are essential for me, but I also get perturbed when I see 80% of the carry on passengers bringing suitcases that are obviously over the size limit, and are bulky... thus holding up the lines, taking up too much room yada yada. Don't hate the game here. Hate the player(cheater).
Southwest is the best!1 The flight attendants are the nicest. I've flown on a lot of others and there is none better!
Frankly none of them are worth it.
I use my BC to fly if I had to pay for a real flight they wouldn't see me on any airline.
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