Perks declining as airlines look to profit with fees

06/16/2014 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Columnist Joe Sharkey notes that seasoned travelers are bracing themselves for summer flights with more passengers and fewer perks. Tightened frequent-flier programs, along with charges for amenities and upgrades that were once free to passengers with elite status, make flying more expensive and less pleasurable for business travelers, he writes.

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