Before Congress flew out of town for the summer, one Senate committee found an opportunity to complain about the various add-on fees they would pay. Bill Nelson of Florida, the top Democrat on the Commerce Committee, which deals with aviation issues, had directed a study of extra fees for baggage, changing flights, talking to call centers and other services beyond the ride between Points A and B. It found the airline industry now generates $38 billion a year through “ancillary” ...


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