Samoa Air – the brunt of a fair few jokes over the past year as it introduced a fare system based on a passenger’s weight – is claiming the move was so successful it is upgrading its fleet. Chief executive Chris Langton said the 1.34 tala (NZD$0.69) per kilogram charge had proved popular as it meant cheaper fares for most passengers. The airline is now in the process of adding a new aircraft to its fleet, which would be configured to ensure larger passengers who pay high fares are given more space. This is something that many other low cost
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