Proposed government baggage regulation prompts airline concern

04/13/2011 | Washington Post, The

Airlines are opposing a move by the federal Department of Transportation to implement refunds if passengers' bags are delayed. Currently passengers can get a refund if bags are lost or damaged, but not for delays. The Air Transport Association told the DOT the decision to refund fees should be left up to airlines. Making them automatic would only increase prices for all passengers.

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