DOT Expands Passenger Protections, Defers GDS Issue To December

The U.S. Transportation Department on April 20 expanded government-mandated rights for airline passengers in a sweeping new regulation, often discounting the objections raised by U.S. and foreign carriers on issues such as tarmac delays, fee disclosure, bag fee consistency, full-fare advertising...

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