United axes planned hike in second-bag fee | AspenTimes.com

United axes planned hike in second-bag fee

The Associated Press
Aspen, CO Colorado

CHICAGO ” The parent company of United Airlines announced Friday it had canceled plans to increase the charge for a second checked bag to $50 each way.

UAL Corp. said the fee for checking a second bag on a domestic flight will remain at $25 for a one-way fare, $50 per roundtrip.

United also said it would offer a temporary 20 percent discount off the $15 fee for a first checked bag for travelers who pay for it via the carrier’s website between Nov. 10 and Jan. 31.

United is the major carrier between Denver and Aspen.

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