Warning over airlines’ hidden extras

“Airlines are devising new ways to levy extra charges on passengers, says a report from Holiday Which? Legal changes in 2007 forced airlines to include compulsory taxes and charges in headline prices.
Ryanair is the worst offender, according to the magazine. Last week, the one-bag restriction on hand luggage was lifted at 21 British airports but Ryanair, with EasyJet, continued to insist on one bag – no heavier than 10kg and no bigger than 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. With Ryanair’s charges for checking in hold luggage, a family of four could pay an extra ???€š?‚?£96 on a return trip (???€š?‚?£10 per bag and ???€š?‚?£2 for using the check-in desk, per person, per trip, if not booked online).”
Link: http://www.telegraph.co.uk