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<i>Is 'sweating the asset' and screwing the customer really the way to lift airline profits?</i>

What would you pay for a restoration of airline quality?

Is 'sweating the asset' and screwing the customer really the way to lift airline profits?

<i>What seems good to airline stock jockeys could have unintended consequences when the customers revolt</i>

How ancillary charges might destroy full service carriers

What seems good to airline stock jockeys could have unintended consequences when the customers revolt

US law would ban airlines charging for toilet use

A preemptive strike on Capitol Hill in Washington DC against airlines charging for in flight toilet access suggests the situation with ancillary fees is worse on the other side of the Pacific than might have been thought.

Air New Zealand will track your unaccompanied kids, for money!

Air travellers are getting used to ancillary charges, especially those who fly ‘full service’ in America, or ‘low cost’ in Australia and much of Asia.