Airlines are pushing back hard against the US Dept. of Transportation's (DOT) proposal to greatly expand regulatory reporting requirements for the industry, including mandating that carriers provide breakdowns of revenue generated by various ancillary charges. DOT's "proposed reporting requirements would far exceed what businesses in other industries must provide to the federal government," the US Air Transport Assn. (ATA) and the Regional Airline Assn. (RAA) said in ...

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