What does United Airlines’ introduction of a $25 charge for a second piece of checked luggage mean for passengers? Click on the link to find out.
The charge will generate more than $100 million in revenue and cost savings a year, according to UAL Corp.
Our Americas Editor David Field talks about the implications for passengers and the industry as a whole.
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