Ancillary-service growth dims luster of elite-status perks

Priority boarding lines and complimentary upgrades are becoming less the exclusive province of frequent fliers and more often services available to travelers willing to pay extra, this feature says. The increase in passengers buying access to perks has meant elite-program members frequently find themselves competing for upgrades and facing flights for which as many as half of travelers have priority boarding.

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