The US Dept. of Transportation on Wednesday finalized new regulations aimed at further strengthening "passenger protections," including extending the tarmac delay rule in place for US domestic airlines to foreign carriers' US operations and increasing required compensation to involuntarily bumped passengers. "Airline passengers have a right to be treated fairly," US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said in a statement. "It's just common sense that if ...

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