DOT Proposes Rule to Disclose Voice-Call Policies

BOSTON—The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) has proposed a rule requiring carriers to disclose if they allow passengers to make phone calls, the agency announced Dec. 8. Airlines, as well as ticket agents, would have to give “adequate advance notice” to fliers if voice calls are allowed on board...

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