US airlines generated $3.4 billion from baggage fees alone in 2010, but that's just one piece of a growing pie of ancillary revenue raised by the industry in recent years to ease economic pressures. US regulators are pushing to require carriers to report all of their ancillary revenue, breaking it down by category.  US Dept. of Transportation issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Friday that calls for requiring airlines "to report more information on the amount and types ...

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