Column: Airlines charge for baggage service to boost revenue

Some major airlines now charge travelers for checking bags, speaking with reservation agents, and exit-row seats, The Wall Street Journal's Scott McCartney writes. He notes the soaring price of oil is forcing airlines to find new ways to boost revenue. McCartney says the baggage fees may alienate some travelers because they substantially increase the cost of flying.

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