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Delta Air Lines, Inc. 2011-2-10

This order concerns violations by Delta Air Lines, Inc., (Delta) of the requirements of 14 CFR Part 382 (Part 382) with respect to providing enplaning, deplaning, and connecting assistance, as well as providing dispositive responses to written complaints alleging a violation of Part 382 and properly coding and recording its disability-related complaints in connection with required reporting to the Department of Transportation (Department). Part 382 implements the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA...

This order concerns violations by Delta Air Lines, Inc., (Delta) of the requirements of 14 CFR Part 382 (Part 382) with respect to providing enplaning, deplaning, and connecting assistance, as well as providing dispositive responses to written complaints alleging a violation of Part 382 and properly coding and recording its disability-related complaints in connection with required reporting to the Department of Transportation (Department). Part 382 implements the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA...

Mesaba Aviation, Inc. 2011-1-4

This order concerns violations by Mesaba Aviation, Inc. (Mesaba) of the requirements of 14 CFR Part 382 (Part 382) with respect to providing wheelchair assistance to passengers with a disability and making dispositive responses to written complaints alleging a violation of Part 382. Part 382 implements the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA), 49 U.S.C. § 41705, and violations of that part also violate the ACAA. To the extent that the ACAA and Part 382 violations occurred in interstate air...

This order concerns violations by Mesaba Aviation, Inc. (Mesaba) of the requirements of 14 CFR Part 382 (Part 382) with respect to providing wheelchair assistance to passengers with a disability and making dispositive responses to written complaints alleging a violation of Part 382. Part 382 implements the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA), 49 U.S.C. § 41705, and violations of that part also violate the ACAA. To the extent that the ACAA and Part 382 violations occurred in interstate air...

National Air Cargo Group, Inc., d/b/a National Airlines 2010-12-22

This consent order concerns unauthorized air transportation by National Air Cargo Group, Inc., d/b/a National Airlines (National) in violation 49 U.S.C. §§ 41101 and 41712 and 14 CFR 201.5(a). It directs National to cease and desist from future violations of these provisions and assesses the carrier a compromise civil penalty of $20,000.

This consent order concerns unauthorized air transportation by National Air Cargo Group, Inc., d/b/a National Airlines (National) in violation 49 U.S.C. §§ 41101 and 41712 and 14 CFR 201.5(a). It directs National to cease and desist from future violations of these provisions and assesses the carrier a compromise civil penalty of $20,000.

A-Liner-8 Aviation, Inc. - December 23, 2010

This order concerns violations of 49 U.S.C. §§ 41101 and 41712 by A-Liner-8 Aviation, Inc., (A-Liner-8) for engaging in air transportation without the required economic authority from the Department of Transportation (the Department). It directs A-Liner-8 to cease and desist from such future unlawful conduct and assesses a compromise civil penalty of $20,000.

This order concerns violations of 49 U.S.C. §§ 41101 and 41712 by A-Liner-8 Aviation, Inc., (A-Liner-8) for engaging in air transportation without the required economic authority from the Department of Transportation (the Department). It directs A-Liner-8 to cease and desist from such future unlawful conduct and assesses a compromise civil penalty of $20,000.

New Flight Solutions, Inc., d/b/a New Flight Charters 2010-11-23

This order concerns apparent violations by New Flight Solutions, Inc., d/b/a New Flight Charters, (New Flight) of the Department’s aviation licensing requirements, 49 U.S.C. § 41101, and 49 U.S.C. § 41712, which prohibits ticket agents and air carriers from engaging in unfair and deceptive trade practices and unfair methods of competition. This order also concerns New Flight’s separate and distinct violation of 14 CFR 399.80(a), which proscribes certain practices by ticket agents that...

This order concerns apparent violations by New Flight Solutions, Inc., d/b/a New Flight Charters, (New Flight) of the Department’s aviation licensing requirements, 49 U.S.C. § 41101, and 49 U.S.C. § 41712, which prohibits ticket agents and air carriers from engaging in unfair and deceptive trade practices and unfair methods of competition. This order also concerns New Flight’s separate and distinct violation of 14 CFR 399.80(a), which proscribes certain practices by ticket agents that...

Craig Air Center, Inc. 2010-9-23

This consent order concerns unauthorized scheduled passenger service as a commuter air carrier by Craig Air Center, Inc., (CAC) in violation of 49 U.S.C. §§ 41101, 41712, and 41738 and 14 CFR Part 298, the Department’s commuter air carrier requirements. It directs CAC to cease and desist from further violations of these statutory provisions and federal regulation and assesses the carrier a compromise civil penalty of $25,000.

This consent order concerns unauthorized scheduled passenger service as a commuter air carrier by Craig Air Center, Inc., (CAC) in violation of 49 U.S.C. §§ 41101, 41712, and 41738 and 14 CFR Part 298, the Department’s commuter air carrier requirements. It directs CAC to cease and desist from further violations of these statutory provisions and federal regulation and assesses the carrier a compromise civil penalty of $25,000.

AirTran Airways, Inc. 2010-8-14

This order concerns violations by AirTran Airways, Inc., (AirTran) of the requirements of 14 CFR Part 382 (Part 382) with respect to providing wheelchair assistance to passengers with a disability, making dispositive responses to written complaints alleging a violation of Part 382, and properly categorizing its disability-related complaints. Part 382 implements the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA), 49 U.S.C. § 41705, and violations of that part also violate the ACAA. To the extent that the ACAA...

This order concerns violations by AirTran Airways, Inc., (AirTran) of the requirements of 14 CFR Part 382 (Part 382) with respect to providing wheelchair assistance to passengers with a disability, making dispositive responses to written complaints alleging a violation of Part 382, and properly categorizing its disability-related complaints. Part 382 implements the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA), 49 U.S.C. § 41705, and violations of that part also violate the ACAA. To the extent that the ACAA...

Comair, Inc. 2010-7-18

This consent order concerns violations by Comair, Inc., (Comair)1 of the Department’s oversales rule (14 CFR Part 250), the statutory provision requiring carriers to report oversales and other data to the Department (49 U.S.C. § 41708), and the statutory prohibition against engaging in unfair and deceptive practices by air carriers and ticket agents (49 U.S.C. § 41712). The violations stem from the carrier’s failures on oversold flights to 1) solicit volunteers to give up their seats before...

This consent order concerns violations by Comair, Inc., (Comair)1 of the Department’s oversales rule (14 CFR Part 250), the statutory provision requiring carriers to report oversales and other data to the Department (49 U.S.C. § 41708), and the statutory prohibition against engaging in unfair and deceptive practices by air carriers and ticket agents (49 U.S.C. § 41712). The violations stem from the carrier’s failures on oversold flights to 1) solicit volunteers to give up their seats before...

Delta Air Lines, Inc. and Northwest Airlines, Inc. 2010-7-4

This order concerns apparent violations by Delta Air Lines, Inc., (Delta), and its operating subsidiary Northwest Airlines, Inc.1
Section 257.4 of the code-share disclosure rule states that the holding out or sale of scheduled passenger air transportation involving a code-share arrangement is an unfair and deceptive trade practice in violation of 49 U.S.C. § 41712 unless, in conjunction with that holding out or sale, carriers follow certain notice requirements, including those of 14 CFR...

This order concerns apparent violations by Delta Air Lines, Inc., (Delta), and its operating subsidiary Northwest Airlines, Inc.1
Section 257.4 of the code-share disclosure rule states that the holding out or sale of scheduled passenger air transportation involving a code-share arrangement is an unfair and deceptive trade practice in violation of 49 U.S.C. § 41712 unless, in conjunction with that holding out or sale, carriers follow certain notice requirements, including those of 14 CFR...

Mercy Flights, Inc. 2010-6-18

This order concerns the unlawful holding out of direct air transportation by Mercy Flights, Inc., (“Mercy Flights”), an air taxi operator registered with the United States Department of Transportation (“Department”) pursuant to 14 CFR Part 298 specializing in air ambulance services. As described more fully herein, by holding itself out to the public as an operator of an aircraft that it did not operate, Mercy Flights exceeded the scope of the economic authority conferred by its registration...

This order concerns the unlawful holding out of direct air transportation by Mercy Flights, Inc., (“Mercy Flights”), an air taxi operator registered with the United States Department of Transportation (“Department”) pursuant to 14 CFR Part 298 specializing in air ambulance services. As described more fully herein, by holding itself out to the public as an operator of an aircraft that it did not operate, Mercy Flights exceeded the scope of the economic authority conferred by its registration...