Be Aware Some Airlines Now Charge For Carry-On Bags Print

As operating costs continue to rise in never-ending world inflation, passengers now are required to pay for formerly free services. So, when you book your next flight at an advertised bargain ticket cost, be aware that you’ll often pay additionally for both checked and carry-on bags.

With most bargain airlines, you may now only bring one small personal item for free, and it must fit under the seat in front of you. Otherwise, your flight price can go up another $25 to $50 per bag.