US Dept. of Transportation yesterday issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to require US airlines and non-US carriers operating to and from the US to provide medical oxygen "without charge" to passengers who need it. The proposed rule would apply to passenger carriers operating at least one aircraft with more than 60 seats. DOT said the rule is necessary "because passengers needing supplemental oxygen on flights have long experienced significant difficulties in obtaining the services they ...

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