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By | August 20, 2015

Airlines Impose New Summer Surcharge Fees

This summer, airline passengers will be paying $10 to $30 bucks more as airli air max 2014 nes plan on imposing a surcharge for flying on peak travel days. The catch is, however, that this summer, all days will be “peak flying days,” 73 of 74 days on most flights from June 10 to August 22.

A surcharge, usually around $10.00, is common for Tuesday and Wednesday travel with a $20.00 su air max 2014 rcharge usually tacked on for Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday. Sunday, the week busiest day, typically carries a $30.00 surcharge.

USA Today in the Sky point air max 2014 s out that travelers don see these charges because they included in the ticket price for more convenient tracking purposes by the airlines, or lessening the risk of incurring the ire of customers.

The reaction from the traveling public was swift and angry with on line comments comparing airline pricing policies to a hotel charging extra for using the elevator or AC or hot water. The possibility that hotels might actually charge for these, made the humor a little less funny.

Other angry comments called for more government regulation, which could happen if fliers frustration with the airline constant “nickel and diming” results in Congressional hearings an anathema for the airline industry.

WCBSTV, New York, confirmed that while the big five airlines (American, Delta, Continental United and US Airways) will add the summer surcharge (except for the 4th of July, the year slowest traffic day), it also re air max 2014 ported that so far Jet Blue and SouthWest are not on board with the higher fares. Said Jet Blue Executive VP, Robin Hayes, “We don apply surcharges, the fare is the fare. (but) fares are higher.”