A US House of Representatives committee yesterday explored whether checked baggage fees and other ancillary revenue charges should be subject to federal taxation. A document prepared by the Transportation Committee's aviation subcommittee in preparation for the hearing raised the issue of how much revenue could be generated "if certain ancillary fees were subject to the federal tax on airline tickets." The subcommittee noted that the fees currently are not subject to the 7.5% ...

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