They suggested that a £9.99 air ticket could end up costing £100, once credit card fees and baggage costs are included – a practice known as ‘price dripping’.
The study by Which? suggested price dripping shows no signs of stopping and warned that no-frills airlines have “plenty of tricks up their sleeves” to make sure that the price consumers actually end up paying keeps creeping up.
I looked through this piece and nowhere could I see a reference to taxes. Looking at one airline site that would be £12 on a short haul flight and I believe it can be as much as £40 on a long haul.
Worth mentioning, surely?