Airline info-sharing could increase airfares for some travelers

An industry standard adopted by numerous airlines could enable them to charge travelers different amounts based on their personal characteristics, according to this editorial. Airlines "may be counting on the new airfare pricing standard to increase revenue and profits," the editorial notes. "It is hard to see how this approach could result in more competition or anything but higher costs for many travelers."

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