How DOT fails to protect aviation comsumers from airlines

How DOT fails to protect aviation comsumers from airlines

Congress, the Wall Street Journal, and Travelers United say DOT does not protect aviation consumers. Today will not go down as a good day for the protect aviation consumers team at the Department of Transportation (DOT). Congress sent a letter to DOT. The Wall Street...
How DOT fails to protect aviation comsumers from airlines

Why DOT’s consumer protection needs a reset

DOT’s Aviation Consumer Protection Advisory Committee has been stripped of the airline consumer voice The latest meeting of the Aviation Consumer Protection Advisory Committee (ACPAC) was disappointing. DC’s largest consumer advocacy groups sent this...
How to turn passenger protection into airline security

How to turn passenger protection into airline security

Consumer groups: DOT’s aviation consumer protection advisory committee tilted in favor of industry Washington, DC—America’s leading consumer and passenger rights organizations today expressed deep concern at the lack of appropriate balance in the new membership of the...

DOT to Consumers: Drop dead, no protections for you!

Sec. Chao strips Consumer Protection Advisory Committee of all aviation consumer experts. If you were around in 1975, you may remember that New York City was in dire financial straits. The Ford administration rejected the city’s bailout request, reported by the...