DALLAS (AP) -- Getting the cheapest fare on American Airlines will soon mean leaving that rolling carry-on bag at home.
Fort Worth-based American announced Tuesday that it will soon unveil its version of a "basic economy" fare that will presumably cost less than other coach tickets, but come with fewer comforts.
The idea behind the stripped-down ticket is to better compete with discount airlines for travelers on a tight budget.
Buyers will only be allowed to carry a personal item that fits under their seat. No wheeled carry-on bags.
American didn't say how much the tickets would cost. Basic economy ticketholders will be in the last group to board unless you're already a high-level member of American's loyalty program or hold an American-branded credit card.
Tickets will be non-refundable and can't be changed.