DOT Fines Two Regionals For Bureaucratic Mistake

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The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has fined two regional airlines owned by Trans States Holdings —GoJet and Compass Airlines—saying they mistakenly operated flights between the U.S. and Canada after letting their authorities to fly international routes lapse. GoJet, which is a United...

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