In what it called the largest fine "ever assessed against an airline … in a non-safety-related case," US Dept. of Transportation on Thursday assessed a $2 million civil penalty against Delta Air Lines for alleged violations of rules protecting air travelers with disabilities. An agency-led investigation "revealed many violations of the requirement to provide assistance getting on and off the airplane," DOT said, adding that the carrier's files showed ...

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