Taking Aim At Bag Fees, Commercial Crew Reductions

Credit: U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging
Out of the Bag Airlines are generating $38 billion a year through ancillary fees that force passengers to pay to carry even one bag overseas. With revenue for baggage and other charges beyond basic fares increasing 14-fold in 2007-14, apparently airlines are not so concerned about alienating...

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