Originally, one person read the Torah for everyone and there was no concept of aliyot. It was only when people fought for the honor to read that the concept of aliyot for Torah reading began.
So, let's apply this to airline boarding. (I infer that's what you mean, but, you may want to edit this in your question.) There's no question that there is a "hidden fight" when boarding a plane. People prefer being first because it's easier to move around and get into your seat, and most of all, have space in the overhead bin for the carry on.
But, airlines already have boarding priorities. Disabled, elderly and parents accompanying small children go first. That seems to be the general airline policy on all airlines and on all flights - going to Israel or elsewhere.
So, in short, the answer to your question is a "no". You can't really change this long-standing airline boarding policy. That's been established long ago, and, personally, I think it's extremely fair. Elderly, disabled and parents with kids definitely need the additional time to board, and they definitely need more space to do it.