The costs of your airline travel will rise a little today, thanks to the federal government.
Airline passenger security fees charged by the Transportation Security Administration are increasing because of the congressional budget deal passed in December.
The fee has traditionally been collected to fund the TSA’s airport security measures, but not this time. Most of the new revenue will go to pay down the federal deficit.
Until Monday, a passenger was charged $2.50 for each leg of a journey. For a nonstop round trip, the cost was $5. For a round trip with a connection each way, the cost was $10.
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