News and Research

February 10, 2014

February 10, 2014

New York Times
Flying Like a Rock Star, but It’s Not Cheap
Last week, IdeaWorksCompany issued a fascinating report, “V.I.P. for a Fee,” which describes the various V.I.P. services airlines offer at airports. The services often include airport curbside-to-plane personal escorts, priority check-in and even fripperies, such as being driven to the airplane by limousine. (By the way, that usually requires the fancy-pants passenger to climb steep stairs from the tarmac to the airplane.)

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