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Not that nickel-and-dime increases in all areas of the flight biz is anything new. However, for frugal senior flyers, this latest of the never-ending airline cost jumps to about $10 a drink can be avoided. The easiest way to do it is no booze in flight.

Also, when allowed by airline check-in, bring a small bottle of beer, wine or other spirits on your flight. Unless you’re a heavy drinker, you’ll save $10 or $20. That money could be invested in a good meal when you get to your destination.

 
 
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