Airlines Rely Increasingly On Revenues Generated By Ancillary Fees

Eleven years ago, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary famously predicted that one day most or all of the airline’s fares would drop to zero because the low-cost carrier would be raking in so much ancillary revenue from other flight and non-flight products and services. In defense of O’Leary, who has a...

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