CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - It's coming.
"Conde Nast" traveler is reporting the U.S.'s three biggest airlines are trying out a new "bare bones" seating class.
The fares will be lower, but cuts nearly all the perks and amenities.
The section would be filled with smaller seats with less legroom that you can't select in advance.
Carry-on bags would cost money and so would a drink and a snack.
The move being made so the big airlines can compete with discount carriers like Frontier and Allegiant.
Both carriers have flights at CVG.