US Dept. of Transportation, responding to a request from the Air Transport Assn., is asking for public comment on whether it should change its rules on airline price advertising. In particular, DOT wants to know "whether it should allow airlines to separate carrier-imposed charges, such as fuel surcharges, from the advertised fare in consumer advertising." ATA wants airlines to be able to list surcharges separately, which is not allowed under the current rules. DOT only permits carriers ...

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