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Tipping Flight Attendants??? Is this the new norm?

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Admittedly, I have not been travelling as much recently as in the past; however, I have been making several business trips recently on Frontier Airlines. I don't purchase their drinks or food service. The person seated next to me on the last trip did. When they handed him the tablet to sign for his drinks, I saw an option for gratuities "which are always appreciated". I believe the options were 15, 25 or 35 percent.

Is this happening everywhere or only on the cut rate carriers?

I remember a thread some time ago about tipping pilots; maybe they should ask for one too.

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