This year’s customer satisfaction survey by J.D. Power and Associates shows that airline passengers remain irked by the industry’s adoption of ancillary fees to such an extent that their current perception of North American operators reverses the trend of increasing approval seen in recent years. “The airline industry is caught between trying to satisfy customers who demand low prices, high-quality service and comfort, and contending with the economic challenges of profitably operating ...
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