Twenty-two additional carriers reportedly have joined AirTran Airways, Alaska Airlines, ATA Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Midwest Airlines, Southwest Airlines and US Airways Group in filing a joint complaint with the US Dept. of Transportation opposing new terminal charges at Los Angeles International Airport, which this week broke ground on a $723.5 million renovation of its Bradley International Terminal. LAX raised fees on Feb. 1 to help pay for "much-needed airport improvements," operator ...

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