The change in pricing structure is a result of a quiet resolution made in October between the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and its 240 member airlines. Airlines already base fares on factors such as the route, travel date and when the ticket was purchased. But according to a new pricing model, called the “new distribution capability,” airlines will soon present customized fares based on host of personal data. Customers looking for special rates would have to provide information including passenger names, frequent flier numbers, contact details and other information before being quoted a fare, either online or through an agent. Kevin Mitchell ,of Business Travel Coalition, told FoxNews.com he’s concerned that these customized fares could result in higher fares for some –especially frequent fliers. “This personal information can be used to extract higher prices from less price-sensitive consumer – such as business travelers,” said Mitchell. Get the full story at Fox News