One-Price Advertising Policy Remains Unchanged

The U.S. Department of Transportation has decided not to change its "one-price" policy governing the advertisement of airline fares. The policy, adopted in 1984, mandates the entire fare be represented in an advertisement, aside from fees paid to the government and those paid for agency services that are not part of the transportation service. The DOT had undertaken a review of the policy with an aim toward updating it for current markets.

Suggested Articles

International regulators are meeting to discuss the aircraft’s return as controversy brews in the U.S. over investigations into the plane’s initial…

The region accounts for the top three most popular long-haul summer travel destinations this year: Great Britain, Italy and France, according to a new study by…

New rules on Eurostar prohibit those on board from bringing back more than one bottle of wine while banning spirits altogether. Here's more.