United Permanently Cuts the Dreaded Ticket Change Fee

Travelers changing flights domestically will now avoid the $200 charge

At the height of the 2008 economic recession, American Airlines became the first major carrier to charge for a checked bag. More than a decade later, travelers now almost expect to be nickel and dimed for everything short of using the lavatory (though Ryanair floated that idea in 2010).

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