There’s an interesting piece in The New York Times this morning about the future of first class.
It suggests, among other things, that more airlines may consider an intermediate class between economy and first class, along the lines of United’s economy plus. Which I hate because I blame it for squishing the leg room in the back of the plane beyond the limits of human endurance.
It’s always worth pointing out that Southwest Airlines has not suffered tremendous losses in revenue from travel in premium classes because it never had premium classes to start with. Just sayin’.