NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Having a good flight is no longer just about whether flights are on time. It's about whether Wi-Fi is available. Or can I charge my laptop? Is there entertainment? How much legroom?
Traditional airlines are cutting some of their offered amenities to compete with the fares offered by ultra-low-cost carriers.
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