Why In-Flight Food and Extra Bag Costs Aren’t Going Away
Bags wait to be loaded onto a plane. (Photographer: Matt Nager/Bloomberg)  

Why In-Flight Food and Extra Bag Costs Aren’t Going Away

(Bloomberg Businessweek) -- While airfare inflation remains low, ancillary revenue from baggage and reservation-change fees is growing. And an onboard sandwich can easily cost you $10. The outlier to this fee-for-all frenzy: Southwest Airlines, which still gives flyers two free checked bags.

Why In-Flight Food and Extra Bag Costs Aren’t Going Away

To contact the editor responsible for this story: James Ellis at jellis27@bloomberg.net

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