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May 15, 2013

June 3, 2013

International Business Times
US Airlines Bag $3.5B In Luggage Fees As Revenue Model Shifts
“The ancillary revenue revolution is focusing less on product development and more on retail methods,” Jay Sorensen of IdeaWorksCompany explained in a recent study on ancillary revenue. “The big categories, such as checked bags, comfort- and convenience-adding features, and the sale of loyalty miles or points, are slowly being checked off the list by revenue-savvy carriers.

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