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Oct 31st 2009 2:59AM Could be a human problem. There is a cut off time that baggage has to be checked, did he make that time limit. If so then it is airline people, if not then it is customer people.
Oct 31st 2009 2:57AM If anyone has flown more times than we can count on our hands and feet and we have had baggage problems 85 percent less than we have flown thats just a normal adversary of life. As inconvient as it is most airlines make up for anyway they can monetary or something. We do have the option of purchasing a seat for an inadiment object, if the value is really high and you have no finacial worries, that is the way to go. Not only that, if the flight takes off with empty seats a refund on the extra seat can be requested, at least that is the way it is on SWA. To bad the only fly domestic.
Oct 7th 2009 2:33AM No where on the list for the html you listed is a fee for SWA, thats because bags fly free. They also have a very good bag handleing record from the DOT.
Oct 7th 2009 2:30AM Your comment reminds me of a slogan from SWA "no hidden fees". They have no change fee no cancel fee and last but not least bags fly free.