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Delta adds bag fee on basic economy seats to Europe

The bare-bone fares that Delta Air Lines adopted to complete with low-cost airlines just got a bit more expensive. Travelers flying from the U.S. to Europe or North Africa on Delta’s cheapest seats, dubbed basic economy, will have to pay $60 for the first checked bag and $100 for the second. The...

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