Air travel will see more fees, fewer flights, report says

09/25/2012 | Washington Post, The

Airlines will likely continue to introduce new ancillary fees and cut flights to smaller cities as they work to improve profitability, a report by the inspector general of the Department of Transportation says. Carriers have largely depended on flight cuts and add-on fees in the past few years to remain profitable in the face of rising fuel costs and a weakened global economy, the report says.

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