I was very sorry to read in Travel Insider ("Will Losses Force Carriers to Restructure Air Fares?" Oct. 7) that Christopher Reynolds was forced to have a three-hour layover on the way out and a four-hour layover on the return from his trip to Charlotte, N.C.
And to think that he only saved $1,139 for this agony. Why, that's less than $165 an hour.
By the way, as a travel writer, did he have to spend full 60-minute hours like the rest of us, or were they reduced for him?