Luggage fee rise prompts closer scrutiny of service

02/1/2010 | USA Today

Major airlines recently increased their fees for passengers to check luggage, prompting some to wonder whether the increases should spur the carriers to do more to ensure bags arrive when and where they should. However, government data show that occurrences of mishandled baggage are down, and experts point out that luggage is usually misplaced rather than lost. Many carriers are employing new technology and equipment to further improve baggage service.

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