Recent high-profile incidents in which passengers were not allowed to get off parked aircraft for long periods have revived momentum in the US Congress for legislation outlining passengers' "rights" and governing airlines' actions in those situations. A popular subject of debate in Washington before 9/11, passenger rights have taken a back seat to security concerns and the financial troubles of US carriers in recent years. But last week's incidents in which passengers were not allowed to ...

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