News from Travel Technology Update: Airlines’ ancillary revenue grew to $22.6 billion (€18.23 billion) in 2011, up from $21.46 billion (€15.11 billion) the previous year, according to the Amadeus Review of Ancillary Revenue Results for 2011, researched by IdeaWorksCompany. The report also found airline strategies evolving from the quick “money- grab mentality” that marked their earlier efforts. IdeaWorks analyzed financial reports of 108 airlines worldwide ...

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