Premium price to sit in the "quiet cabin"
As a Northeasterner who travels on Amtrak from the New York area to Washington and Boston, I've grown to appreciate the "Quiet Car," on Northeast Corridor trains. This car is often packed with people fleeing the gabbers. Even though there's plentiful signage and announcements about the rules, conductors often have to shush violators who just can't help themselves.
Imagine if airlines charged a premium to get access to the network and another premium to sit in the "Quiet Cabin." Sounds like a license to print money. If FCC is true to its mission, however, it will give up the old rule and leave policy management to the airlines and the rule of prevailing customer preferences. I'll fly on the airline that gets it right and stay away from the ones that do it wrong.