Wizz Air says its initial experience during a month-long trial to test a charge for carry-on baggage has been very promising. The airline is charging 10 euros ($12.39) for every piece of hand luggage that does not fit underneath the seat. According to the Hungarian low-fare airline, about 10% of passengers are paying the extra fee. The carrier says it has launched the test to speed up the boarding process, but the fee also is a source of ancillary revenues. No other European airline ...
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