If you’ve ever found yourself on a packed Friday afternoon flight heading from one major city to another, you’ve probably …
It’s no wonder that airlines have asked for a delay in rules that would make checked-baggage fees more transparent to travelers.
Revenue from add-on fees and partnerships with hotels and credit cards jumped 38% in 2010 for 47 of the world’s biggest airlines.
U.S. air travelers take notice: things aren’t as bad as they are across the pond.
The U.S. Department of Transportation issued new rules Wednesday that aim to make airlines more user-friendly.
Airlines have made more than $6 billion by charging various fees, including fees to check a suitcase. And they probably won’t stop there.
With the economy being the way it is, it’s difficult to justify the purchase of tickets at $200 a pop for good seats at a concert that doesn’t even take place until next year.
Flying soon? You could pay upwards of 50% more in airline fees than for the same flight just one year ago. And don’t even think of asking for a receipt to document the pain — you’ll pay another $20 for that privilege.