Asian budget carriers eye more ancillary revenue growth

02/5/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Despite a 21% surge in ancillary income over the past year, budget and premium airlines in Asia are still looking for ways to increase such revenue. For discount carriers such as AirAsia X, the recent move to offer child-free quiet zones -- and charge extra to sit in them -- is another way to boost income while keeping flight ticket prices competitive.

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