Michigan’s largest passenger air carrier joined others nationwide two weeks ago when it suspended an $80 charge to coach passengers wishing to check a third bag. The move was to allow passengers to adjust to new security restrictions.
The new rules were put in place after British officials thwarted an alleged plot to bomb U.S.-bound planes. Most liquids, gels and lotions now are banned in carry-on bags.
United and American Airlines also have resumed charging for a third bag.