U.S. airlines reported after-tax profit of $25.6 billion in 2015, a gigantic increase from the $7.5 billion profit reported in 2014, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics.

This marks the sixth consecutive year that the 25 major passenger airlines in the U.S. posted a profit after tax. They also nearly doubled their pre-tax operating profit from $14.6 billion in 2014 to $28 billion in 2015.

New information also shows that revenue earned by airlines from bag fees has reached a record high of $3.8 billion, up from $3.4 billion in 2014.

Airlines also earned $3 billion from change fees in 2015, a slight increase from 2014.

American Airlines and US Airways earned the most in 2015 from both bag fees and change fees.

Here’s a breakdown of which airlines earned the most off bag fees in 2015.

Airline2015 Total (in ,000s)
AA/US Combined1,125,846
American876,800
US Airways249,046
Delta875,102
United672,222
Spirit288,711
Frontier220,044
Allegiant161,364
JetBlue142,710
Alaska112,815
Hawaiian81,161
Virgin America59,959
Southwest43,636
Sun Country17,413
Island Air Hawaii2,759
All3,803,742
Photo Credit: A US Airways aircraft at the gate in Phoenix. Ed Suominen / Flickr