DOT fines Allegiant, Hawaiian for consumer protection rule violations

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has levied $375,000 in fines on US LCC Allegiant Air and Hawaiian Airlines , citing both airlines for violating airline consumer protection rules. Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air was fined $250,000 after DOT’s Aviation Enforcement office determined the carrier...

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