IATA blasted US Dept. of Transportation's proposed passenger rights regulations, calling them "an unprecedented intervention in the business practices of airlines serving the US" and a violation of the Chicago Convention (ATW Daily News, June 3). In comments filed with DOT on Wednesday, IATA also said that the NPRM, "Enhancing Airline Passenger Protections," appears to show that DOT "is moving away from the letter and spirit of the Airline Deregulation ...

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