The largest expert travel community:
  • 732,560 Total members
  • 8,373 Users online now
  • 1,669,449 Threads
  • 29,986,871 Posts
News

U.S. DOT Reviews Requests to Hide Fees From Pax

U.S. DOT Reviews Requests to Hide Fees From Pax
Ryan Boyd

The United States Department of Transportation has reportedly been reviewing requests from major American carriers to repeal regulations preventing airlines from obscuring hidden fees from customers. Airlines 4 America, a lobbying group with major carriers such as United Airlines and American Airlines, allegedly believes that the “full-fare advertising” regulations are “cumbersome” for the aviation industry.

To read more on this story, go to Jalopnik.

[Photo: Shutterstock]

View Comments (1)

1 Comment

  1. topman

    March 27, 2018 at 7:20 am

    another way for them to hide these ridiculous fees they want to tack on. After fuel price went down to $2 per gallon the airlines were still permitted to add a fuel surcharge fee. Why? What else do they want to hide?

You must be logged in on the FORUM to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

More in News

Dead Fish As Cruise Ship Fuel? It’s Not Crazy If It Works

Scott DylanDecember 13, 2018

Another Airline Made Someone Sit in Pee for Hours

Ryan BoydDecember 11, 2018

“Wait. How Much Baggage Can I Take on This Flight (For Free)?” Google Has the Answer

Jackie ReddyDecember 10, 2018

Copyright © 2014 Top News Theme. Theme by MVP Themes, powered by Wordpress.