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🛑PROTEZIONI PASSEGGERI: REGOLE ANTI-RITARDO AEREO

🛑PROTEZIONI PASSEGGERI: REGOLE ANTI-RITARDO AEREO

Giorno: 16 maggio 2024 | Ora: 14:45 four hours or more without the opportunity to deplane, it can be a frustrating and uncomfortable experience," said U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. "These protections are in place to ensure that passengers are not subjected to unnecessary hardships during their travels." The Department of Transportation began enforcing the tarmac delay rule in 2010, and since then, has issued fines to several airlines for violations.

"Being stuck on a plane for four hours or more without the chance to get off can be a frustrating and uncomfortable experience," stated U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. "These regulations are in place to guarantee that passengers do not have to endure unnecessary hardships during their journeys." The Department of Transportation has been enforcing the tarmac delay rule since 2010 and has fined multiple airlines for breaching it.