DOT Bans Use Of E-Cigarettes On Airline Flights

The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) has banned the use of electronic cigarettes on all airline flights to and from America. DOT’s final rule on e-cigarettes, which extends the ban already in place for smoking tobacco aboard flights, also includes nonscheduled charter flights operated by any...

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