DO NOT talk to Spirit Airlines’ employees, or it will cost you


NEW YORK – Tuesday night, Spirit Airlines announced that it is considering charging passengers a fee to speak with a human being at the airport.

On Monday, Spirit Airlines became the first airline to start charging passengers for carry-on bags.

Spirit CEO Ben Baldanza told ABC News that the airline might add a fee for getting help from one of its employees.

He said that time won’t come until talking to a human being becomes an option, rather than necessity at airports.

There is however, one thing Spirit has decided not to charge its passengers.

Baldanza ruled out charging a fee to use the bathroom.