• Credit Card Deals A Growing Source Of Airline Revenues

    16 days ago - By ETF Daily News

    It's no secret that commercial airlines are charging more for things that customers used to get for free-checked bags, extra legroom, reservation changes and more.
    Low-cost carrier JetBlue, for instance, just announced that it was increasing the cost of checking bags for some passengers, from $25 to $30 for the first bag, $35 to $40 for the second.
    These a la carte fees might irk some paying customers, but they could end up being a key selling point for investors seeking companies that have grown their revenues year to year. They also help airlines offset the rising cost of fuel and...
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