International airlines introduce baggage fees, report says

07/8/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

International airlines are instituting baggage fees, following the lead of U.S. airlines. Air France, British Airways and KLM have started charging baggage fees for flights within Europe this year. The government of India also recently approved ancillary fees for baggage and other services.

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