Saturday, March 30, 2013

Should airline passengers be charged by weight?

Appeared on HuffPost Live on Friday, March 29, to discuss Norwegian economist's suggestion that passengers pay airlines based on their weight:

A. Pawlowski writes about the issue on "Should Fat Fliers Pay More?"

Hosted by: Josh Zepps
Jesse Ziglar (Hollywood Beach, FL) Aviation blogger
Elizabeth A. Hoppe, Ph.D. (Seattle, WA) Associate Professor of Philosophy at Lewis University; Editor of Ethical Issues In Aviation
Jeffrey Seglin @jseglin (Cambridge, MA) Writer of "The Right Thing" Ethics Column
Rick Seaney (Dallas, TX) Air Travel Analyst at
Victor Matheson (Worcester, MA) Associate Professor Of Economics, College Of The Holy Cross

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