We’ve witnessed the great airline ticket unbundling, which has shifted all-inclusive fares to an a la carte ticketing strategy.

This has given travelers greater choice and flexibility while giving airlines more ways to customize the flying experience onto their path to personalization.  

These extras from the base fare which are not required to travel are known as ancillaries.

Travelers are presented with lower fares in exchange for the ability to purchase only the additional products that they need for their specific journeys.

Download our Big Book of Ancillary Products to get a closer look at what they are and how they are classified.