TSA Security Fees Going Up
Beginning today, July 21, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is that help fund security at U.S. airports. The previous fee was $2.50 for a non-stop flight or $5 for a connecting flight, but that will increase to $5.60 for all flights, with any connection over four hours on domestic flights or 12 hours on international flights being counted as a separate flight. To save (a little) money, my advice is to book the least number of long layovers possible. .
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