|Subject: U.S. Security Lines|
I noticed the US Government has backtracked on its decision to not permit airlines to fast track frequent fliers through airport security. When they took over security a couple of weeks ago they announced that there would be no more special lines for the airlines best customers.
I am one of those customers but nonetheless I simply think this is wrong. This is a service paid for by the taxpayers and a surcharge per ticket. This charge is not higher for the airlines best customers. Since we all pay the same for this service we should all be on an equal footing.
Travellers wouldn't stand for people walking to the front of the queue at an airport coffee shop because they have a particular status with an airline.
Anyone else have an opinion on this?