Regulations aim to protect U.S. airline passengers with disabilities

05/9/2008 | NYTimes.com

After a woman was initially denied medical oxygen on an American Airlines flight, U.S. Department of Transportation officials said Wednesday they would require airlines to allow oxygen containers approved for use aboard aircraft. The new regulations will also require closed-captioning on airline safety videos.

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