United’s New Low-Budget Fare Doesn’t Even Include Free Carry-Ons

United’s New Low-Budget Fare Doesn’t Even Include Free Carry-Ons
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

The new pricing model provides the most basic of service in exchange for a discounted ticket

Jennifer Passas
  • 17 november 2016

The challenges facing the airline industry are familiar and persistent. The cyclical nature of business, the global economy, uncertainty of fuel prices, technology, raising concerns for the environment and government restriction all have had and continue to have a substantial impact on airline companies. In an attempt to stay competitive United Airlines recently announced a new, no-frill, low-budget fare designed for the most fiscally conservative customer.

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