AirAsia X earns more than €17 ($23.9) per passenger from ancillary fees. Photo: Air Asia X A330-200. By Rob Finlayson. Airlines around the world will generate $22.6 billion in ancillary revenue this year, more than double the amount generated in 2008, according to Shorewood, Wis.-based IdeaWorks. The consultancy has partnered with Amadeus on its latest ancillary revenue report, which predicts further strong increases going forward. Amadeus Executive VP- Commercial Philippe ...

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