Airlines are starting to pay more for flights, as the carriers try to keep costs down.
The fees airlines are charging for basic amenities have tripled since 2013, according to data from the Federal Aviation Administration.
It also appears that the carriers are charging airlines more for services that can be provided on the ground.
Here’s a breakdown of the costs airlines are now charging for air travel:You’ll need a modern browser to see the table of contents.
Airlines are also charging more for some basic services like bathroom facilities, food, and baggage fees.
Airlines have also increased the number of people they can hold on an aircraft.
That’s because of more people on the air.
The number of passengers an airline can hold is also growing.
Airlines now fly a lot more people.
Airlines say they can accommodate a higher number of seats on an airplane.
They are also more efficient, reducing the number that must be packed, and getting the airplanes ready for takeoffs and landings.
This has led to a decrease in the amount of fuel and maintenance fees airlines charge airlines.
But there are still plenty of expenses to pay, and it’s likely the airlines will continue to increase fees.
This article originally appeared on Business Insider.