United Airlines (UAL) will reportedly be increasing its baggage fees by $5, starting Friday for domestic and short-haul international flights and by March 6 for travel to Latin America and the Caribbean.

The airline will now charge $35 for a passenger’s first checked bag and $45 for a second checked bag, Bloomberg reported. Passengers can avoid the additional fee if they check no more than two bags and pay online at least 24 hours before their departure flight, the news outlet said.

Baggage fees can be avoided entirely with certain United-branded JPMorgan Chase credit cards or through elite status with United Airlines’ loyalty program.

United is not the only airline that has moved to an increased baggage fee as JetBlue Airways announced an increase last month.

The news of the increased baggage fees comes as U.S. airlines grapple with revenue losses from grounding 737 Max planes and canceled flights to China because of the coronavirus outbreak.

Shares of United Airlines stock were down 2.72% as of 3:28 p.m. EST on Friday.

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A United Airlines plane sits on the tarmac at San Francisco International Airport in California on April 18, 2018. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images