I watched intently while my girlfriend attempted to book a flight, and while she was successful, it was hardly the seamless process you'd expect it to be.
The first major hurdle was finding a flight that wasn't at 6 in the morning, and despite much time trying to find one on any of the major airlines, she had to settle for a very early morning start to her flight.
That isn't too huge of a deal since she had connecting flights to and from, and the trip was taking her from the east coast of the United States to another country altogether. You sort of resign yourself to the fact that you'll be spending a decent amount of money but also have to settle for whatever time is available as far as leaving on the flight.
The real issue was more about adding charges left and right when it came time to pick a seat, with more than $200 spent on having to spend extra just for a window or aisle seat.
Seriously? The seats in the back of the plane had no additional cost to them, but is it really seem fair to spend $20 to $30 just for a seat somewhere in the middle to front of this airline?
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