The US Air Transport Assn. took a cautious approach to the US Dept. of Transportation's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on new airline consumer protections, saying in comments filed with the regulator late Thursday that "there is much [in the proposed rule] that ATA and its members support," particularly regarding the transparency of information provided to customers, though the organization does voice a number of major objections. It said the "fault line [between ...

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