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POSTED: 12:59 PM Feb 07 2013   UPDATED: 6:38 PM Jul 31 2014

Airlines have been known for increasing their fares in recent years, not giving things away for free -- which is why news that Delta Air Lines plans to offer free entertainment on flights was such a surprise. Check out a list of airlines with the highest fees.

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Airlines have been known for increasing their fares in recent years, not giving things away for free -- which is why news that Delta Air Lines plans to offer free entertainment on flights 90 minutes or longer starting Friday was such a surprise. Deal-tracking site Airfarewatchdog.com has compiled a list of the 10 airlines charging the highest fees in the sky.

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