Change fee increase matched by U.S. network airlines

American Airlines joined its largest competitors in upping domestic U.S. change fees to $200 from $150.

While the new policy impacts North American and Caribbean travel, AA did not adjust change fees for flights to and from Latin America, Europe and Asia.

The carrier continues to waive change fees for select fare bundles.

United Airlines, US Airways and Delta in the past two weeks also have increased change fees on some tickets. United was the first to raise the change fee, followed by US Airways and Delta.

Source: Business Travel News
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