DOT Slams Delta With $2 Million Fine For Treatment Of Disabled Travelers

The U.S. Transportation Department hit Delta Air Lines with a $2 million fine for its treatment of disabled travelers, in what the department is calling the largest civil penalty it has ever assessed in a non-safety-related case. The fine “establishes a strong deterrent to future, similar unlawful...

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