United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and US Airways last week followed American Airlines' lead in imposing a $10 surcharge on travel on three peak days following upcoming holidays. The four carriers will tack the charge on to nearly all tickets for travel on Nov. 29, the Sunday of the four-day US Thanksgiving holiday weekend that traditionally is one of the country's busiest travel days, as well as the weekend of Jan 2-3, which follows a Friday New Year's Day.

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