Delays prompt lawmakers to press for passengers' rights bill

Lawmakers on Thursday said extensive flight delays may generate more support for a passengers bill of rights. The Air Transport Association opposes the proposal because it could eliminate the airlines' ability to be flexible during irregular operations. "We believe that a strict law set forth by Washington would actually inconvenience passengers even more in the end," said an ATA spokeswoman.

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