- A new report estimates that global airlines hauled in a record $27.1B in services fees last year.
- United Airline (UAL +1.2%) topped the list with a $5.4B haul in additional fees, whole Delta Air Lines (DAL +0.8%) came in second at $2.6B.
- Bags-Fly-Free carrier Southwest Airlines (LUV +1.4%) only squeezed out $161M in fees, primarily through its "early bird" reservation perk.
Airlines keep churning out more service fee revenue
Sep 19 2013, 13:25 ET