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United drops plan to raise a bag fee

BUSINESS BRIEFING / TRANSPORTATION

November 08, 2008|Times Wire Services

United Airlines, the third-biggest U.S. carrier, dropped its plan to double the fee to check a second piece of luggage, keeping its price the same as competitors'.

The Chicago-based airline said Sept. 15 that it would increase the second-bag charge to $50 each way for flights starting Nov. 10. The rollback means UAL Corp.'s United will match most competitors by charging $15 for a first bag and $25 to check a second each way.

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