South Florida airfares may skyrocket: Did airlines become abusive cartels?
How the airlines became abusive cartels
As we approach the one-year anniversary of United Airlines violently dragging off a passenger, Dr. Dao, there hasn’t been much reform in the system that rewards flyers for voluntarily giving up seats – even though some airlines have authorized payments of nearly $11,000 to entice passengers to give up seats on overbooked flights.
After last week’s announcement that WOW Air will “pause” its Miami service, it got us worrying about a few things – the first being a spike in airfares to and from MIA.
Secondly, if WOW can’t make South Florida work as a low-cost leisure destination from Europe, then what route can they make work?