Spirit has had success as a so-called "ultra-low cost carrier" that markets cheap fares but charges fees for not only checked baggage but for carry-ons, snacks and beverages and other ancillary services as well. Frontier is also moving in that direction, though Republic has said it is up to the airline's new owners to chart a specific course for the carrier.Written by Lou Whiteman.
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