DOT Warns Airlines Not To ‘Bait’ Passengers On Each-Way Fares

The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) says it understands why an airline’s one-way fares will vary for outbound and return flights on the same route, but the department is warning airlines that there are limits to how much variation it will tolerate. The DOT, which still retains some regulatory...

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