U.S. airlines face an additional $500 million in costs if proposed regulations are enacted into law, Airlines for America (A4A) says in its latest industry review. These new costs include $330 million from proposed training regulations, $150 million from airport hydrant fueling systems regulations and $143 million from fuel-tank inerting regulations. Even more costs could be added from proposed rules governing the transport of lithium batteries, but A4A does not quantify the potential ...


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