Airlines Must Justify Fuel Surcharges, If Asked, DOT Says

Airlines need to be prepared to justify the amount of their fuel surcharges if passengers ask, and those charges “must be an accurate reflection of the fuel cost over some reasonable baseline for an individual passenger for that trip,” the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) says in a new notice to...

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