A U.S. Appeal Court on July 24 upheld the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) new requirements on airline price advertising, ticket refunds and post-purchase price increases—a decision with ramifications beyond the preservation of the new rules, which already have been implemented. Most critically, by upholding the scope of the department’s regulatory authority, the court’s decision clears the way for the department to require airlines to provide all their ancillary fee information to ...

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