Airlines use ancillary fees, bundles to bolster profits

Airlines are finding new ways to make money from passengers, with some charging ancillary fees and others bundling various conditions and offerings into packages. The Airlines for America group reported that airlines made $8.49 per passenger in ancillary fees last year, while overall revenue per passenger exceeded costs by just 37 cents.

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