US Dept. of Transportation fined Delta Air Lines $115,000 "for failing to provide information on the ontime arrival performance of its flights when asked by consumers," it announced yesterday. It is the third such sanction this year, following fines levied last month against Hawaiian Airlines ($50,000) and JetBlue Airways ($30,000). DOT said that after "receiving information" that certain carriers were not providing ontime information to consumers, the Enforcement Office launched ...

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