US Airways expects to generate $400-$500 million this year in ancillary revenue, according to President Scott Kirby. Speaking yesterday at the airline's media day in Phoenix, Kirby said that after initial negative reaction, there has been "very little consumer pushback" to the new fees. Ancillary revenue contributed $165 million to US last year, with $116.5 million coming from the first-bag fee, $37.6 million from the second-bag fee, $5.3 million from the Choice Seats program and $5.7 ...

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