US Dept. of Transportation this week fined Continental Airlines $100,000 in civil penalties for "filing incomplete reports with the department tabulating complaints that passengers with disabilities registered with the carrier," it said in a statement. DOT requires airlines to categorize disability-related complaints by the type of disability and nature of the complaint, and if a complaint covers more than one issue then each issue must be counted as a separate complaint. During ...

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