The Transportation Security Administration is raising passenger security fees effective July 21 at U.S airports.
The fees help fund TSA airport security efforts.
Right now air travelers are paying $2.50 for each plane they take to get to a destination.
The fee is capped at two plane rides each way.
But starting on the 21st, the TSA will start charging a flat fee of $5.60 each way, no matter how many planes you board en route.
Congress approved the higher fees as part of its bi-partisan budget deal last December.
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