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U.S. - Some airline passengers are paying more to make changes to their tickets in advance.
U.S. Airways and United Airlines now charge $200, up from $150.
They're also making passengers pay the higher fee even if they switch to a more expensive flight.
A spokesman for United said the fee helps cover the cost to the airline when a traveler gives up a reserved seat.