The U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) new air-charter broker regulations contain few surprises and largely integrate industry input from the 11-year rulemaking process, said industry groups affected by the rule. The new rules, which are designed to protect consumers that purchase charter flights through middlemen, establish a new "air charter broker" class of indirect air carrier. They also expand the definition of brokers to include "bona fide agents," and ...

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