Our Ultimate Guide to Airline Fees chart was getting a bit crowded—thank you very much, airlines!—so we decided to give it a refresher. Here are some notable changes you’ll see in the revamped chart:
- There are two pages now, not one. Baggage fees are on page one, everything else is on page two. This gives us more space for the complicated bag fees, including carry-on fees, and—dare I say it?—leaves room to grow.
- We’ve added Air Canada and Allegiant. You asked, and we listened: The two most requested airlines are now accounted for on our chart.
- New premium economy/premium seat perks category. Want to board first, or upgrade to a better economy experience? Now you’ll know how much it costs.
You can download the fees chart here.
As always, we’ll update the chart as new fees are implemented. In the meantime, check out the new layout and let us know what you think in the comments section below. Thanks!
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