Unless you've been in the woods of Vermont without cell service or Internet (as I just was), you've heard the story about the jetblue attendant-turned-folk hero who lost his cool after two passengers argued over overhead bin space.
What do you think? Have airline rules regarding fees for baggage and other "extras'' become so maddening that something like this was bound to happen? Have fliers simply become ruder? What about airline personnel, are they to blame? Or is it the airline companies who are struggling to meet demands of passengers who don't want to pay the fares needed to cover airline costs? Would it be better to have higher fares that include checked baggage and meals?
We want to hear your opinions, and your recent experiences regarding airline travel. Some comments may be used in print. (We'd love to be able to contact you for quotation in our story as well; if you're willing to chat and you live in South Florida, please e-mail Hannah Sampson at hsampson@MiamiHerald.com.)