I just got back from a short trip to Montana. Beautiful place. My wife and I flew from the Twin Cities to Missoula, via Delta Airlines. The flight itself went smoothly enough - perhaps because the flight was actually run by something called "Compass Airlines," not Delta itself.
When we booked the trip Expedia told us that we were to be served a "breakfast" on both flights - coming and going. Of course we knew that was just so much bullshit - we'd flown NWA and Delta before. What is surprising is the absolute penny pinching going on these days. To begin with, any checked bag now costs $25 each way; for two people checking ONE bag each, that amounts to a $100 surcharge, added on to the $700 roundtrip fare. You'd think with that kind of money changing hands an airline wouldn't have to so blatantly lie about what was served on the flight, but you'd be wrong. Take a look at this picture of "breakfast" according to Delta:
$700 for a round-trip airplane ticket; $100 hidden charges for bringing some luggage; 20 peanuts for breakfast. Priceless. This is what late-stage monopoly capitalism looks like.