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Delta, American match United on change-fee hikeDelta Air Lines Inc. and American Airlines have matched United's increase in the fee for changing a domestic-flight reservation to $200 from $150. With US Airways Group Inc. having matched the increase last week, all four of the so-called legacy airlines have raised the cost of changing a ticket. United Continental Holdings Inc. has said that it incurs costs when a customer changes a reservation and the higher fee compensates for the cost. Delta spokesman Anthony Black said Thursday that… (www.nbcnews.com) More...
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I like the part where DAL says it needs to stay competitive. I had heard of cuts to do that but never an increase.LOL
Proud to be a Southwest customer.
Right on!! Let's get those tweets going to set up charters. Call NetJets. These extra fees for everything are out of control. Also the Banks -- charging fees to get our money out of "their" banks -- also ridiculous and anti-consumer. When will we fight back. Where have we gone with service in this country?? It isn't there anymore. Sad Story!!
Call NetJets. As soon as you hear the price of the first leg of your trip, you'll hang up and call Delta begging to pay double.
Thats BS. Computer changes don't cost $200 a pop. Gouge.
Sad. I guess I will have to fly Southwest or JetBlue more in the future.
Passengers are the enemy and should be discouraged at every opportunity.