Kids and Flying

Allowing families to preboard just makes sense.

Allowing families to preboard makes sense not just for the family but for everyone. I know people think families are getting a perk when they are allowed to preboard. Afterall, these people chose to have a family so why should their choice affect "me", someone who doesn't have a family?

Aw, get a clue! When I get to preboard, it saves everyone hassle. Look, we're going to be in a large, sealed metal tube for a few hours. If my kids ain't happy, nobody will be happy. All I'm doing by preboarding is keeping my family together and getting adjusted in our seats before everyone else gets on board. That's it. A few minutes of preference for a few hours of peace.

Posted: Mon - June 21, 2004 at 11:24 AM