I hope this trend doesn't catch on! U S Air charged a couple $800 each to
fly back to Delaware two days early so they could protect their property prior
to Hurricane Sandy coming ashore last year. And if you've ever tried
flying in and out of Salisbury, Maryland expect to pay over $700 a ticket BEFORE
you need to change your plans.U S Air is WAY too expensive for me to
even consider flying them anywhere and now they want more money to boot. I hope
the flying public leaves them with some empty seats in rsponse to their
"whatever-the-market-will-bear" approach to customer service.