The U.S. Transportation Dept. is proposing to give U.S. airlines an additional 45 days, until June 14, to comply with a new requirement to provide flight-specific, on-time performance information on their Web sites. The Air Transport Association, Regional Airline Association and Air Carrier Association of America filed a request last month (DAILY, Jan. 26) for a 90-day postponement in the enforcement of the new rule, which is scheduled to take effect April 29. Under the new DOT ...
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