The International Air Transport Association is blasting the U.S. Transportation Department for a set of passenger rights proposals that IATA contends are “inconsistent with both international and domestic law” and “an unprecedented intervention in the business practices of airlines serving the U.S.” IATA makes the accusation in a response it filed Sept. 22 to the department’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for another round of “passenger protections.” The deadline for comments to the NPRM ...
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