DOT Fines Cathay Pacific For Fare-Advertising Violations
Cathay Pacific Airways will pay $130,000 within 30 days to the U.S. government to settle claims it failed to properly advertise some fares to U.S. customers, marking the carrier’s first-ever civil penalty to the Transportation Department (DOT). Responding to customer complaints, the DOT discovered...
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