Major US carriers have filed a complaint with federal regulators to seek reimbursement from Buckeye Pipe Line Co., alleging the company’s rates for shipping jet fuel from its Linden, New Jersey, refinery to New York-area airports “are not just or reasonable.” In a June 5 complaint filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), American Airlines subsidiary American Aviation Supply LLC, Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, New York-based JetBlue and Chicago-based ...

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