The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has levied $375,000 in fines on US LCC Allegiant Air and Hawaiian Airlines, citing both airlines for violating airline consumer protection rules. Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air was fined $250,000 after DOT’s Aviation Enforcement office determined the carrier “failed to provide passengers with disabilities adequate and timely assistance in moving within airport terminals, and did not adequately respond to complaints filed by ...

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