February 28, 2018

By The Numbers: Airlines Get Charged Up
Forbes
As seats get narrower, airlines are getting fatter off bag fees, meals and other extras. Airlines globally were projected to pull in a record $82 billion in ancillary revenue last year, up nearly fourfold from 2010. Passengers grumble, but such additional revenue is a boost to carrier profitability–and in turn gets invested in new planes, in-flight entertainment and airport waiting areas.

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