Airline fees cost passengers over $35 billion a year

A report on carriers’ “ancillary revenue” from IdeaWorks shows that 154 global airlines pocketed more than $35 billion last year from fees related to frequent-flier programs, which are their biggest cash cows, as well as baggage, extra legroom, snacks and other ways passengers are routinely clipped for what were once free amenities.

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