Airline Passengers Strapped to Seats, Forced to Endure Ads

Just short of being force fed advertising while doing a stint in prison, Alaska Airlines has decided it's OK to require passengers to endure promotions read over the intercom by flight attendant. This time, passengers were encouraged to sign up for a Bank of America Visa card. With cell phone usage and Internet access soon to be the norm inflight, it's enough to make pulling the emergency door handle and jumping out a better travel option.

Written by Steve Hall    Comments (1)     File: Inflight     Jun- 8-05  
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just the beginning...crude oil is hovering at $55 here is an insiders peek at the future..

Posted by: arthur on June 8, 2005 11:43 AM

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