Claiming it has "no other option," United Airlines will add a $10 surcharge to tickets for flights originating from Los Angeles International Airport with immediate effect owing to a rent increase (ATWOnline, Feb. 28). "We have a great interest in LAX developing into a world-class airport, supported by a long-term modernization plan, but we have no interest in paying higher fees without greater benefit for our customers," UA Senior VP-Planning Kevin Knight stated. UA said the rent increase ...

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