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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… All may not be what it seems today. Don’t believe everything you hear, especially when it comes to your money. Things that look great today may not seem too fantastic later. The test is simply to do nothing — sleep on it. You may need more time to think things through or do a little research so that you can reach a decision on your own timing and your own terms. If it is worth jumping in with both feet, it will still look good tomorrow!

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… You could feel an urge to bridge relationship gaps and reconnect today. As you think of friends, relatives, and colleagues whom you don’t often see, you may sense that they’re thinking about you as well. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone, send a text, or email for a quick check in. Making even the smallest effort to connect can strengthen valuable relationships for life.

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… You could feel an urge to bridge relationship gaps and reconnect today. As you think of friends, relatives, and colleagues whom you don’t often see, you may sense that they’re thinking about you as well. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone, send a text, or email for a quick check in. Making even the smallest effort to connect can strengthen valuable relationships for life.

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… You could feel an urge to bridge relationship gaps and reconnect today. As you think of friends, relatives, and colleagues whom you don’t often see, you may sense that they’re thinking about you as well. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone, send a text, or email for a quick check in. Making even the smallest effort to connect can strengthen valuable relationships for life.

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DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Aries Horoscope

Dec 5, 2022… You could feel an urge to bridge relationship gaps and reconnect today. As you think of friends, relatives, and colleagues whom you don’t often see, you may sense that they’re thinking about you as well. Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone, send a text, or email for a quick check in. Making even the smallest effort to connect can strengthen valuable relationships for life.

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

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DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued

(UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling frustration than learning an airline has canceled your flight at the last moment. Yet, that happens all across America regularly. During the pandemic, it happened even more frequently, leaving customers annoyed and angry. The federal government is now forcing several airlines to compensate customers.

On November 14, the US Department of Transportation announced six airlines will pay a combined amount exceeding $600 million in refunds to passengers who experienced delayed or canceled flights during the pandemic. According to a press release, the agency claimed it received “a flood of complaints” from travelers upset that airlines were not providing them with “timely refunds.”

In addition to the refunds, the government is issuing over $7.25 million in civil penalties against the airlines in question. The fines break down as follows:

  • El Al: $900,000 penalty, $61.9 million in refunds
  • Frontier: $2.2 million penalty, $222 million in refunds
  • Avianca: $750,000 penalty, $76.8 million in refunds
  • Aeromexico: $900,000 penalty, $13.6 million in refunds
  • Air India: $1.4 million penalty, $121.5 million in refunds
  • TAP Portugal: $1.1 million penalty, $126.5 million refunds

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made it clear that passengers should receive refunds quickly when an airline cancels a flight. If an airline refuses to do that, he said the Transportation Department “will act to hold [the companies] accountable.”

Copyright 2022, UnitedVoice.com

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DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued
DOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds IssuedDOT Drops Bombshell Fines on Airlines, $600 Million in Refunds Issued (UnitedVoice.com) – There is, perhaps, no greater traveling fr ...Read More

Airlines to Pay MILLIONS – Government Orders!