Airlines restore perks -- for someby Nikki Tundel, Minnesota Public Radio
As many air travelers see in-flight amenities disappear, some passengers are being showered with perks.
St. Paul, Minn. — To save money, many air carriers are cutting back on the extras. Gone are the pillows and the blankets and the free bags of peanuts.
But while many fliers are getting the shaft, others are being bombarded with perks.
As reporter Nikki Tundel found out, first class and international passengers can now expect everything from chocolate truffles to on-board gambling.