US Dept. of Transportation's Aviation Enforcement Office on Monday issued guidance to airlines regarding displaying codeshare partners in online ticket advertising, warning that in 60 days it will begin taking action against carriers that fail to clearly reveal which airline is operating a given flight. The DOT notice stems from a law passed last August in response to the February 2009 Colgan Air Q400 crash near Buffalo that killed 50 (ATW Daily News, May 27, 2010). National ...

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