Spirit's new bag charge prompts calls for greater fee transparency

The Consumer Travel Alliance is aiming an appeal for wider airline fee transparency at the Department of Transportation in the wake of a new baggage fee from Spirit Airlines. The group criticized Spirit's $100 charge for carry-on bags checked at gates, calling it a "wake-up call" for the department.

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Consumer group seeks new rules over Spirit's $100 carry-on bag fee - Los Angeles Times

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