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90 Days for Ticket Agents to Comply with DOT Guidance on Internet Flight Search Displays

The DOT Office of Aviation Enforcement and Proceedings has issued guidance on how “no available flights” Internet search results must be displayed on ticket agent websites.* The Enforcement Office is concerned that consumers are being misled when using online flight search

Posted in Airlines, DOT Office of Aviation Enforcement, Ticket Agents

TSA Drops Plan to Allow Carry-On Knives

TSA Administrator John Pistole recently dropped the TSA’s proposed plan to allow passengers to carry pocket knives and other small knives (2.36 inches or less in length, and no more than ½ inch wide) onto aircraft. Currently all knives and sharp objects (as

Posted in Airlines, TSA Policies and Notices
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