U.S. low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines, one of the first carriers in the world to charge customers for all checked bags, will start charging them as much as $45 for carry-on items that do not fit under a seat. Spirit is calling the charge for carry-on overhead bin storage “the next phase of unbundling.” Passengers who pay the fee also will move to the front of the line for boarding. The fee will be $30 for most passengers who pay online, via the call center or at the airport counter, but ...
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