The Business Travel Coalition, a group that represents about 300 corporate travel departments, has joined forces with nonprofit advocacy group to support passenger-rights legislation allowing airline passengers on domestic flights on U.S. carriers the option to exit an aircraft that has been delayed at least three hours on the tarmac. If passed, the legislation—which is part of the FAA Air Transportation Modernization and Safety Improvement Act, introduced by Senators ...

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