И о хорошемkilativ — 20.05.2022 Have you ever spent $15 on a small iceberg lettuce salad at the airport and thought, "Why?" Now, you can say "goodbye" to those overpriced meager meals at New York City area airports.
Last week, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey finished conducting a months-long investigation into reports of violations of the Aviation Department's street pricing policy.1 Concluding that particular food and beverage options—specifically beers—were exorbitantly overpriced, the agency says that it is instituting caps on all concessions at "local, off-airport 'street prices' plus a maximum surcharge of 10 percent."
"We need to know what is happening with the prices of goods at Newark Liberty International Airport," wrote Representative Donald Payne, Jr., in an open letter to PA Inspector General John Gay. "Airport customers are a captive audience, and we trust airport vendors not to abuse this power and overcharge customers for common items. But if vendors are charging almost $28 for a beer, then they are clearly abusing that power. We need an independent investigation into how and why they are setting their prices at such levels."
Наши законодатели наконец-то увидели, что у сарая нет задней стены и решили дать по рукам продавцам еды в аэропортах, где наценка в разы. Вместо этого максимальная наценка в 10% и обещают проверять выполнение этого постановления. Давно пора!