Just days after United’s hike in change fees to $200, US Airways has also increased its change fees for non-refundable domestic tickets to $200 from the earlier $150. The change fee hike will be applicable on all new ticket purchases.
US Airways is the second major airline after United to hike its change fee this year. Delta and American Airlines have not yet increased their change fees, which remains at $150 for each of the two airlines.
Southwest, the largest US domestic airline, does not charge a change fee; customers who change their tickets after purchase have to only pay for the difference in ticket price.