Airline Baggage Fees Go International
Over the past decade, ancillary revenue at the 10 airlines that collect the most in fees jumped from $2.1 billion to more than $28 billion by 2016, according to IdeaWorks Co. The top three U.S. carriers accounted for $16.3 billion of that amount. Bag fees “have proven to be big revenue generators, and they too will become status quo in the trans-Atlantic by end of 2019, and globally thereafter,” Jay Sorensen, president of IdeaWorks . . .