Airlines Want More Flexibility, Time, On Kiosk And Website Accessibility

U.S. and international airlines are pushing back against a proposed U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) rule they say would force them to spend about $350 million to provide kiosks and websites that are easier for disabled customers to use, especially travelers with sight or hearing impairments...

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