Airlines will have to work at thinking up new fees

Source: Hugo Martin - The L.A. Times

The amount airlines are pocketing on passenger fees continues to rise, prompting the question: What new fees can carriers think up? The world's biggest airlines are expected to collect $36.1 billion in passenger fees in 2012 — including charges to check bags, buy food and drinks, and use onboard wireless Internet — according to a study released last week by IdeaWorksCompany, a Wisconsin consultant on airline revenues, and Amadeus, a travel technology firm in Madrid.

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