July 27, 2018

Airline revenues from theatre and car hire lift off
The Financial Times
Ancillary revenues have soared in the decade to 2017. The top 10 global airlines, ranked by total ancillary revenue, increased them from $2.1bn to $29.7bn in the 10 years to 2017, according to IdeaWorksCompany (IWC) and CarTrawler.  United Airlines led with $5.8bn, three-fifths of which came from what IWC calls “à la carte” sources, such as charges for extra bags, and travel retail commissions. The rest was frequent flyer programmes.

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