Court of Appeals denies airlines' challenge on new DOT rules

09/21/2011 | Travel Weekly

The U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington has denied a motion filed by Spirit, Allegiant and Southwest for a stay on certain consumer rules introduced by the Department of Transportation, on grounds that the airlines "have not satisfied the stringent requirements" for a stay. The three airlines are challenging a new DOT rule to include all taxes and fees in their price listings.

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