Frontier Airlines is now encouraging its passengers to tip flight attendants. This is something I never thought to do. Part of me thinks, "Well it is a service job", and another part of me thinks, "I have never heard of tipping a flight attendant". There are also factors to consider here, one is (as Jimmy Lakey mentioned on the show this morning) you are already paying quite a bit of change for a plane ticket. By the time you pay for tickets, and not to mention if you buy drinks (especially alcoholic) and snacks on the plane. They will cost you an arm and a leg. I am not saying this is their fault, but most flights can be uncomfortable and feel like you are packed in a can. Why am I obligated to tip someone for feeling uncomfortable for a few hours (depending on the flight)?
What do you think?
Listen to what Jimmy had to say about this and more on The Lakey Effect Podcast.