Ads add up for airlines, but some fliers say it’s too much – USATODAY.com

Ads add up for airlines, but some fliers say it’s too much – USATODAY.com.

Its interesting how many airlines are now offering advertising on overhead bins, on flight attendant aprons, during their safety presentations, and so on.  In comparison to many other businesses, airlines are considered, “high-cost, low-profit”–particularly when it comes to the smaller networks.  Airlines are always looking for new ways to cover heightened fuel and other operating costs.  The question many are asking is, “at what cost to the passenger?”

What do you think about the addition of advertising to your flight experience?

On the one hand, you get bombarded enough with advertising on the ground, and many people just want to enjoy the flight they paid for or get a few things done without being bothered.

On the other hand, with the constant stream of advertising all around you, all the time, you may have become fairly good at ignoring it–perhaps you wouldn’t even notice?

Follow the link above to read the full article on ads and airlines, and let us know what you think by contributing to our Facebook Poll, “What do you think about in-flight advertising?”

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One Response to Ads add up for airlines, but some fliers say it’s too much – USATODAY.com

  1. Doug Hungerford says:

    I believe that there is to much advertising all over as it is . Maybe a napkin or a soda glass OK.

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