Kinda fishy, too.

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12 Responses to Kinda fishy, too.

  1. Sigma says:

    Air + Water = Clouds

  2. Anonymous says:

    Clouds + Weasels = Ugly birds,

  3. Greg says:

    have a run-in with an airline lately?

  4. Sean says:

    TANSTAAFL. You ARE going to pay for it, the question is whether you are also going to subsidize the person who brings 3.

  5. Jack Vermicelli says:

    Ditto with Sean, broadly and in theory. Charging to check baggage doesn’t necessarily coincide with a fully commensurate reduction in seat price, however.

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  7. Lynn says:

    Airlines should be honest about their ticket prices. Since more and more folks are wheeling on their bags and gate checking them for free, those who check bags are subsidizing them as well. Anyone who understands economics will know that charging for a checked back and not charging for a carry on will increase the number of carry ons. I’ve seen folks dragging TWO wheelie bags on board an airplane!

  8. He says:

    The air + weasels isn’t making sense to me…I get the other part though.

  9. Ari says:

    Weasels in this case doesn’t mean the animal, but the slippery, slick guy (that usually sells cars :D). Kind of a like a cheater.

  10. Hilde says:

    Air + Weasels + Water = Airline Disaster

  11. Jackie says:

    air+water= weasel clouds

    This would certainly make the airlines earn their fees a little more wouldn’t you think?

    In all seriousness, very clever and well thought out.

  12. Robert Sharp says:

    Thanks for the information. It does make sense to me..

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