Columnist David Grossman says ancillary fees led to $7.8 billion in added revenue last year for U.S. airlines, a 40% increase from 2008. The figures indicate airlines are not about to rein in the fees and likely will introduce others. Travelers oppose the fees, while corporate-travel managers are finding them difficult to track and say they make determining the full cost of an airline ticket difficult.

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