As every Canadian knows, flying within Canada can cost a small fortune. It's especially jarring when we see the insanely low prices that are available to our American neighbors on budget airlines like Spirit and Southwest.
Americans don't want to unplug from their portable communication devices when flying, which means rumors about the FAA loosening rules for communication are good for tech-savvy flyers. But the question is, just how "plugged-in" are the airlines themselves?
Wondering what to do if you've been reassigned to an economy seat? Or if you miss your plane because of a ridiculously long security line? What are the different rules for going through security between connecting flights?