US Transportation Security Administration announced that 22 US carriers have 30 days to arrange payment of a combined $219 million in back security fees, Bloomberg News reported. Money owed is to cover the January 2005-March 2007 period, TSA said. Airlines owing the most are Southwest ($54 million), American ($40 million), Delta ($32 million) and US Airways ($18 million), Bloomberg said. Air Transport Assn. told the news service that it intends to challenge the order and will go through the ...

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