MULTI-BILLION dollar parking garages with special-air-service & short-haul buses that will shuttle arriving & departing passengers 'only' to on-site/off-site car rental locations.
Lots of 'motels-not-hotels' clustered arount the airports, lots of 'drive-thru' fast food outlets, lots of places to fill up the gaz tanks of rental karz.
Transport choices for those who choose 'not' to rent-a-kar, call for a limouzine or taxi?:
Start walking---hitchhike---bicycle---donkey cart---Blimp Service with Count Von Zeppelin, the Becks Bier on-tap is so very smoooth...
I've finally figured out Railwayist - he's writing some kind of mixture of free verse and haiku. It isn't really up there with say Walt Whitman, but if you read it as poetry it starts to make sense.
"NEW YORK (CNN MONEY)--Spirit Airlines will raise its fee for carry-on bags to up to $100, starting the 6th of Novenber 2012!"
And your point is?
He combs his hair very carefully so we can't see it.
Oh, that's good.
If you can handle a couple of heavy footlockers, AMTRAK will not charge you $100 for each one...
This is only one of the many plus factors for rail passenger travel.
Demonstrating that Railwayist, as usual, does not know of what he prattles. One airline later this year will begin charging $100 for each bag that is to be placed in the overhead bins and has not been paid for prior to reaching the gate. The idea is to avoid the kind of congestions most airlines now suffer during the boarding process by "encouraging" customers to check their bags and not bring them into the cabin. Amtrak may handle the two footloockers, but Spirit Airlines will not. It's called competition.