Or, would you like lounge access with that flight? Air Canada has introduced a program whereby customers can choose dollars over perks: Save $3 per one-way flight in Tango class — the carrier’s cheapest fare class — when not collecting Aeroplan points. Not checking in luggage will save $5 and buying lunch in advance saves $2. These a la cart options join the previous options of paying $15 for a one-way advance seat selection or saving $7 one-way for agreeing to not make any changes or cancellations. And those flying on the more expensive Latitude class may choose to spend $25 per flight for lounge access. Where’s this all going? Can you say Ryanair?