Airline Passenger Bill of Rights – Mobile Edge Blog

On April 29, 2010, there will be a new set of rules for Airline companies will be required to uphold called the Airline Passenger Bill of Rights. There are a variety of new rules that will change the way we travel moving forward. For instance, airlines are no longer able to leave passengers stuck on the tarmac for more than three hours without providing free food and drinks. Before airlines were not limited to how long they could keep passengers on board before taking off.

This was mainly due to inclement weather conditions, or delays at other airports etc. However, with these new guidelines it may force airlines to cancel more flights making it harder for passengers to arrive at their destinations. Click on the CBS video listed below for more information.

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