January 7, 2011

MSNBC
What next? More airline fees possible in 2011
The strategy of offering fliers low fares and then charging for anything extra has worked well for airlines. The global airline industry is poised to earn as much as $22 billion from a la carte fees and other ancillary sources in 2010, according to Jay Sorensen, president of IdeaWorks, a company that tracks consumer trends.

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