United announces changes to rebooking policy

04/22/2013 | CNBC · Wall Street Journal, The

United Airlines raised the majority of its change fees for domestic and international flights by $50 last week. "We carefully manage our seat inventory and incur costs when a traveler elects not to fly in a reserved seat. We adjusted this fee to better compensate us for those costs," United spokesman Rahsaan Johnson said.

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