US Dept. of Transportation reached a $50,000 settlement with British Airways, which denied boarding to four mobility-impaired passengers on flights leaving the US. BA was sanctioned for not attempting to determine if the passengers were able to assist in their own evacuation if necessary and will be allowed to credit $45,000 of the penalty toward new training programs for US-based employees.

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