Did you know airlines are driving customers to airplanes in luxury cars?

Did you know the three major U.S. airlines are all driving  some of their most profitable customers to connecting flights in luxury cars?

If you travel often or follow this stuff, you almost certainly do. Delta rolled out its Porsche service for the first time in 2011 at its Atlanta hub and now offers it at eight U.S. airports. United came slightly later, but it now offers Mercedes transfers at several key airports, including Newark, Chicago and Los Angeles. American, latest to the game, recently said it will be use Cadillacs at its U.S. hubs. 

I'm not sure there's much else to say about this perk. But at the end of the summer a CBS News reporter asked if I would comment for her story about the new trend.  It looks like the story ran in August, but I was just sent a link this week.

Can you spot your favorite aviation blogger in the piece?