Scotland voted 62% in favour of Remain. Image copyright Twitter The conversation online was being driven overwhelmingly by pro-independence campaigners. But people who had supported "Better Together" during the Scottish referendum vote also spoke about the possibility of a break-away from the UK as a result of the vote over EU membership. Perhaps the most significant was Scottish author JK Rowling who tweeted : "Scotland will seek independence now. Cameron's legacy will be breaking up two unions. Neither needed to happen." Image copyright Twitter Many took to Twitter to express new or strengthened pro-independence feelings in the wake of the latest vote (Just as a reminder: a "Yes" vote in Scotland's 2014 plane tickets referendum was for independence, while the winning "No" campaign backed staying in the UK). Image copyright Twitter One old tweet from 2014's independence referendum gained new life on Friday. Put out by the cross-party Better Together campaign, it reminded Scottish voters that the EU membership of an independent Scotland would be no sure thing: Image copyright Twitter Next story: Nigel Farage's wild night As the EU referendum vote swung ticket airline decisively to Leave, perhaps nobody's fortunes changed more than UKIP leader Nigel Farage. And the change is clearly visible on his Twitter timeline.

Finally, basic economy fare holders will also be the last passengers to board the aircraft. Provided by Business Insider American Airlines Basic Economy American will begin offering basic economy fares on February 10, while United's basic economy will enter service in the second quarter. Only Delta's less-restrictive basic economy is already up and running. When booking on Delta's website, those who select basic economy are presented with a pop-up outlining the differences and restrictions of the fare class. The customer cannot complete the transaction without acknowledging that he or she has read the disclaimer. Why are airlines doing this? From an industry perspective, basic economy allows the legacy carriers to address the growing presence of low-cost and ultra-low-cost carriers such as Frontier and Spirit Airlines. Over the past few years, these low-cost carriers have shown impressive growth and now pose a threat to American, Delta, and United in several key markets such as Denver, Chicago, and Dallas. In a bid to broaden its customer base, the legacy carriershave unbundled their main coach cabin and segmented it into very specific product offerings and services.

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