US Airways Choice Seat (the real cost)
Keep in mind the charge is for each leg of your trip
to Tom Belden at the PHL Inquirer (http://www.philly.com/philly/hp/news...ndow__aisle_se ats.html)...
US Airways Group Inc., in a message to employees, billed the extra cost "as little as $5." The airline revealed the full range of the seat charges only in a separate e-mail. They are:
$30 to Europe.
$25 to Hawaii.
$20 to Latin America, the Caribbean and Bermuda from Philadelphia, and $15 from other cities.
$15 on domestic flights of 1,101 miles or more.
$10 on flights of 501 to 1,100 miles.
$5 on flights of 500 miles or less.
US Airways said about 8 percent of the seats on most flights would be included in the Choice Seats program.
The only aircraft type to which it will not apply is the Saab 340, a turboprop plane flown by US Airways Express carriers.
The program also does not apply to exit-row seats, which often are sought by experienced travelers because they have extra legroom.
Yikes, What can you do!!!! I hate this stuff!!! But it is awfully nice when you get to the beloved Island home land!!
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