American Eagle Mishandles More Bags Bumps More Passengers, Data Shows

The Department of Transportation reports that no domestic flights in November sat on the tarmac for three hours or more—the threshold at which airlines face fines—according to its monthly Air Travel Consumer Report issued Jan. 11. However, there were 105 flights that incurred tarmac delays of two...

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