US Airways to charge more for ticket changes
April 25, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- U.S. Airways is following United Airline's lead- and will now charge fliers more to change their tickets.
Other airlines are expected to follow.
U.S. Airway's fee is now $200 for changing a domestic flight. American and Delta have not yet raised their change fee from $150.
Airlines have long charged these fees as a condition of buying the cheapest tickets, but the fees have jumped since the 1990s when they were typically about $50.
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