New US Dept. of Transportation (DOT) regulations aimed at providing "protections" for airline passengers went into effect last month, imposing a 4-hr. tarmac delay limit on international flights at US airports. Airports Council International-North America President Greg Principato praised the new rules, stating that "all passengers" should be "protected against extended tarmac delays." Airlines, however, have opposed the regulations (ATW Daily News, April ...

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