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Airlines are finally thinking "green"

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Samoa Air last year became the first airline to charge fees according to weight, and a Norwegian economist has claimed this is the fairest and most sensible way to calculate prices.

Wish this was standard. At only 140 pounds I'd probably get good deals on airline tickets.

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i'm sure there will be an uproar about this as soon as the buffet is closed at all paula deen restaurants

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Ohh, this is going to make for comedy gold in the long run. 

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