Remember that tweet I sent a couple months ago from the Fort Lauderdale Airport about American Airlines testing a new boarding process and it ended up making headlines across the world? I guess American Airlines found the tests helped the boarding process to go much quicker since they are now rolling out it on all flights departing the U.S. and Canada. their
Now, customers without overhead luggage can board before Group 2. I think it makes sense. Alaska, Southwest and Frontier have all been doing it for a while and it seems to work. Two main reasons it makes sense? It speeds up the boarding process and it incentivizes people to check their bags, which is a source of revenue for the airline. What do you think?