New Fare Rule Could Cost Carriers $231 Million Per Year, ATA Asserts

The U.S. Transportation Department’s (DOT) new “passenger protection” rules on fare advertising and post-booking price increases for ancillary services are unjustified, unreasonable, illogical and—in the case of the fare advertising rule—unconstitutional, the Air Transport Association (ATA) declares...

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