U.S. Releases Data Showing Which Airlines Won’t Charge Extra for Family Seating
They are working to remove 'junk fees' from airline transactions
The Transportation Department is rolling out a “dashboard” to let travelers see at a glance which airlines help families with young children sit together at no extra cost.
The announcement Monday comes as the department works on regulations to prevent families from being separated on planes.
It’s the latest salvo in the Biden administration’s efforts to clamp down on what it calls “junk fees” and to put pressure on airlines to improve service.
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