Airlines challenge Biden administration fee disclosure rule


Aerial view of United Airlines passenger planes docked in a terminal at Newark Airport in Newark, New Jersey on May 11, 2024.

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Major airlines and an industry trade association asked a federal appeals court to throw out a new Transportation Department rule that requires upfront disclosure of add-on fees when booking a flight.

The challengers — the trade group Airlines for America, and Alaska, American, Delta, Hawaiian, JetBlue and United Airlines — argue that the DOT exceeded its legal authority when it published the rule in late April and that the rule is “arbitrary ,arbitrary”. and “abuse of discretion.”

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