Oftentimes, the most difficult (and expensive) part of killing a trophy animal comes with the travel aspect. There is no single location a hunter can kill every species of game animal, so jumping in a truck or hopping on a plane is inevitable unless you're only interested in the creatures that lurk in your backyard.
With high ticket prices and all the other excessive airline fees, travelers are getting nickel-and-dimed to death. And now, if you're a hunter planning to fly US Airways and travel with antlers, you might want to think twice.
US Airways has reportedly doubled their fee for traveling with antlers from $100 to $200, and they're very specific about how they want your hard-won bone pile to be packed.
Do you think US Airways is justified in their antler travel fee increase?