For Immediate ReleaseContact: Kate Hanni (707) 337-0328 Landmark Protections in new DOT rule for airline Passengers Culminates 4 year Struggle to Achieve Common Sense Measures for Consumers New “Sustainable” Policy Also Proven to Enhance Operational Performance and Efficiency Napa, CA 4-19-2011: The promulgation of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) final rule today that will… Read More

Bear with me as I try to stop my head from spinning plum off my torso from the latest set of events related to Southwest Airlines and their “thin skinned” Boeing 737-300 series aircraft. Just two weeks ago, was reeling from the news that the FAA had secretly allowed the airlines to remove Oxygen… Read More

Tarmac rule worked as plannedPublished: Monday, March 14, 2011, 6:16 AM By Star-Ledger Guest Columnist The Star-Ledger Andrew Harrer/BloombergU.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHoodBy Ray La HoodThe Star-Ledger’s editorial on the Department of Transportation’s rule prohibiting airline tarmac delays to no more than three hours (“Grounded without recourse: FAA must fix tarmac rule so fliers aren’t… Read More