US Dept. of Transportation Friday fined AirTran Airways and Delta Air Lines $20,000 and $40,000 respectively for "violating rules that require airline price advertisements to disclose the full price consumers must pay for air transportation." DOT alleged that AirTran in February advertised fares "starting as low as $39" one-way as part of its 72-hr. "Leave the Blizzard Behind Sale," but that further investigation by the department's Aviation Enforcement ...

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