Just in time for the summer flying season, it looks like airlines and airports have found a new way to squeeze some more money out of us.
Drivers at Luton Airport -- a venue north of London, England, favored by discount airlines -- must now pay to drop off travelers.
That's right, the airport is charging motorists roughly $1.50 just to pull up to the curb and let grandma out to catch her flight.
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