Airline a-la-carte pricing experts say carriers will closely follow consumer reaction to the new carry-on baggage fee being implemented by U.S. low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines, and one of them says some Latin American carriers are among the likeliest candidates to follow suit. Spirit—a pioneer in charging for checked bags—plans to assess $20-45 for most carry-on items that do not fit under a seat, for travel on or after Aug. 1. Passengers being charged for carry-ons also will be the ...

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