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Flights from detroit to los angeles

Flights from detroit to los angeles

It isn’t a question of whether or not you should fly, but which kind of flight you should take.The seats were not comfortable - The seats don't recline back (seriously CEO Robert L. Fornaro? You won't invest in reclining seats? wow that's pathetic) - Spirit won't even offer free beverages (even water) after I paid over $500 for a ticket? (seriously? That make's your airline look so pathetically greedy/cheap) - The fact that you have "Entertainment" as a category, yet there is no entertainment of any kind (in-flight movies, etc.) - The fact that CEO Robert L. Fornaro makes over $7 million a year. He's grossly overpaid...someone should tell the Board of Directors."

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Cons: "I was running behind schedule to the airport due to car troubles. I arrived 50 minutes prior to departure, to check my luggage so I could then run to my flight, only to be told by this very ungraceful lady that it was too late and I would have to go talk to some other worker to be put on another flight. I reluctantly walked over and had explained my situation, I thought things were going well, the man said he would put me on the next flight out, what I wasn't anticipating was him asking me for $385 and whether I would be using visa or master card. I pled with the man explaining that I had traveled all the way here from California to visit my family in Michigan and that there was no way I could afford that on such short notice. My round trip flight didn't even cost that much. Needless to say, after I refused to pay that and asked if there was anyway whatsoever he could help me, his response was no and that I was holding up his line, without anytime for me to respond he belts out "NEXT CUSTOMER!" I have never been treated so poorly by an airline, I get treated better at McDonalds than here. I vow from that day on I will never fly with spirit, nor will I use the DTW Detroit airport. Please BEWARE before you fly with spirit, ps. its $100 per bag to check luggage with them at the gate."

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Cons: "Spirit is not forthcoming on website about the extra charges prior to booking the flights, and the charges go up substantially at the airport. There was 45 minute wait time at the baggage claim. The seats are the most uncomfortable I have ever experienced in 50 years of flying. There is also not nearly enough leg room between rows. Charging $65 for a small piece of carry on luggage is disgusting. Not having any water free of charge is not healthy for the passengers on a 4.5 hour flight. The flight attendants discouraged anyone from standing or moving around, also not good for one's health." (Source: www.kayak.com)

 

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