With more airlines than ever, you’d think that flying would be simple. Unfortunately, from middle seats to checked baggage fees and pets on planes—not to mention rude passengers—air travel has become a nightmare. Here are 7 things about Spirit you may not know: 1. In 2007, a newspaper in Atlanta came out with an award for Worst Company in America, which is given to a company that routinely takes advantage of its customers. They gave it to both FedEx and Spirit Airlines (along with The Department of Homeland Security). 2. If your luggage weighs more than 50 pounds total then you have to pay $100 per extra pound. 3. Out of 3,000+ airline employees only 27 made over $75k last year. Not exactly living large 4. Passengers are assigned their seat after they check in online before traveling (just like Southwest), but unlike Southwest there's no option to reserve a seat for free if you want one near any friends or family members already booked on the flight. 5. Over 98% of all tickets sold at Spirit are prepaid so that people can find special deals before everyone else does – meaning if you haven't bought your ticket yet chances are low someone is sitting next to you unless you paid up front when booking online 6. Before 2010, and since 1993 in fact, Spirit had been underpaying their pilots by approximately $29 million dollars each year. This forced pilots who were due time off to work unpaid overtime just so they could earn enough money during normal work hours. To make matters worse, Spirit even threatened these pilots with termination if they didn't accept these additional hours! Luckily that fight was won by those brave men and women who refused to let corporate executives control every aspect of their lives just because they're lucky enough to fly airplanes for a living. 7. Finally, during one particularly snowy day back in 2011 some frustrated travelers had requested refunds as many flights were being canceled or delayed due to inclement weather – ironically because snow affects plane performance!
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