US Dept. of Transportation said Friday it fined Frontier Airlines $40,000 for failing to display on-time performance for its flights on the carrier’s website in early 2011. “Air travelers have a right to know whether the flight they are buying is chronically delayed or canceled,” said US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood. According to DOT’s airline consumer rule that became effective in April 2010, the 16 largest US carriers must post information on their ...

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