Airlines will add more products — including pre-flight, onboard and post-flight — to generate ancillary revenues in 2010, as well as find new ways to partner with travel companies such as car rental and hotels, predicts PhoCusWright. U.S. airlines alone generated $8 billion in revenue from ancillary services in 2009, and airlines and distribution systems will need to keep up with required changes in technology to sell them, it says.

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