Ancillary revenues at US Airways will total more than $500 million this year, but fees charged for carry-on bags will not be part of that revenue stream, says President Scott Kirby. Carry-on fees are “not imminently planned” at US Airways, he said, and while U.S carriers will continue to find creative ways to generate ancillary revenue, he does not expect carry-on fees to be widely implemented in the U.S. industry. Speaking at AVIATION WEEK’S MRO Conference in Phoenix, Kirby also ...

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