Just in case you're still not sure about the advisability of one-price fare quoting, here's a new fee looming on the horizon: Leg-Room Fee.
That's right, Northwest Airlines is testing the waters to see if passengers would be willing to pay $15 more per ticket for a seat with additional leg room. My first thought was why not charge $15 more and give everyone more leg room, but I realize that there are those travelers who would miss cramped accommodations.
These hidden fees are becoming more and more ridiculous. What's next? A fresh air fee?
It's long past time to resolve the dilemma of ticket pricing.