The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) is giving U.S. airlines an additional 60 days to comply with a new requirement to provide flight-specific, on-time performance information on their web sites. That gives them until June 29 to comply, although they effectively have until mid-July. DOT’s decision splits the difference between the 90-day extension the airlines originally requested (DAILY, Jan. 26) and the 45-day extension the department originally offered in response (DAILY, ...
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