Major US Airline Planning to Reduce First Class Legroom Plus an Easy Free $10

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  1. I have no sympathy for the guy with the huge in-flight internet bill, I am completey sure he knew what he was doing.

  2. The article on rebranding US first class seems entirely reasonable. I think a U.S. airline could do well by having a consistent recliner based product. What is domestic first anyway, but premium economy, economy style complimentary food and a slightly larger seat. I wouldn’t expect it to be called premium economy by to have a distinct brand, but to be given a PE set of fare buckets. Domestically the product wouldn’t change, internationally it would give passengers a new option and the airline a new price discrimination opportunity.

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