It seems like the airlines always come up with new ways to gouge the traveling public.
Charging fees for the use of overhead storage bins is one such method of getting travelers to part with their money.
Condé Nast Traveler has an article on what changes, good and bad, the flying public can expect to see in 2017.
They start it with:
There's good news and bad news.
As soon as travelers adjust to the new way of flying, it seems airlines mess with the rules. This past year brought plenty of changes to the air travel experience and, for better or worse, passengers should expect plenty more in 2017.
To read more, go here.