Senators Recommend New U.S. Airline Passenger Protections After Meltdowns

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A staff of seven U.S. senators on Tuesday proposed sweeping client protections for airline passengers instantly after a sequence of disruptions over the final 12 months.

U.S. Senators Richard Blumenthal and Edward Markey launched the “Passengers’ Bill of Authorized rights and the Forbidding Airways from Imposing Preposterous Bills Act” to develop protections for air vacationers.

The month-to-month invoice would contain airways to spend at minimal $1,350 to travellers denied boarding as a finish results of an oversold flight, present ticket refunds and possibility transportation for delayed flights and prohibit airways from shrinking airplane seat dimensions additional pending even additional polices.

(Reporting by David Shepardson Modifying by Chris Reese)

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