Tarmac Rule Gets You Off The Plane. Then What?

New government rules make it less likely that you'll be stranded for hours on the ground inside an airplane this summer.

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  • Respect all constitutional commissions, Ruto tells public servants - East African Standard
    “We must respect the rule of law and all the constitutional bodies ... Kipchumba Murkomen urged the Government to speed up the tarmac of the ...
    10/4/2015 - 1:16 pm | View Link
  • Politics: Respect all constitutional commissions, Ruto tells public ... - East African Standard
    “We must respect the rule of law and all the constitutional bodies ... Kipchumba Murkomen urged the Government to speed up the tarmac of the ...
    10/4/2015 - 12:50 pm | View Link
  • Can I bring my own booze? The ultimate guide to drinking on a plane - USA Today
    As a general rule of thumb, when the plane is on the ground it follows the ... as in the case in New York), airplanes on the tarmac in those states
    10/2/2015 - 11:25 am | View Link
  • Blackhawks mailbag: What will the opening-night lineup look like? - Chicago Sun-Times
    Twitter Q&As while I’m stranded on a tarmac somewhere are fun, but ... more salary dumps before Oct. 7 (and I wouldn’t rule one out), here’s
    10/1/2015 - 2:21 pm | View Link
  • Movie Review: 'Sicario' a ruthless drug-cartel thriller - Providence Journal
    'Sicario' Is A Dark Exciting Tale About The War On Drugs - Starpulse
    10/1/2015 - 12:37 pm | View Link
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  • Tarmac delay rules: Consumer success or industry burden?
    Thankfully for fliers, former DOT Secretary Raymond LaHood acted. He announced the first tarmac delay rule in December 2009, and it took effect in April 2010. One year later, the DOT announced an expanded rule that applied to charter operations and foreign ...
    02/4/2015 - 12:36 am | View Link
  • DOT Tarmac Rule Cuts Long Delays
    The U.S. Department of Transportation reports that its consumer protection rule prohibiting tarmac delays over three hours has both virtually eliminated tarmac delays of more than three hours and significantly reduced tarmac delays that are between one and ...
    01/24/2014 - 7:10 am | View Link
  • Tough Rule Eliminates Most Tarmac Strandings
    WHEN they get together, business travelers complain about the hassles of air transportation, but one big issue has abruptly dropped off the gripe list. For the first time in years, almost no one is moaning about being stranded on an airport tarmac for ...
    05/4/2011 - 1:10 pm | View Link
  • Rule On Tarmac Delays Is Working Well, Transportation Secretary Says
    This winter, many airports have been hit hard by blizzards and ice storms. But unlike previous winters, no horrifying news stories have emerged about stranded airline passengers. Passengers have not been complaining about sitting amid overflowing toilets ...
    03/8/2011 - 5:15 am | View Link
  • Study indicates tarmac rule still doing damage
    While the Department of Transportation can rightly congratulate itself for the near elimination of tarmac delays in the US, a follow-on study of the unintended consequences of the five-month-old tarmac delay rule, confirmed earlier analysis that airlines ...
    11/21/2010 - 11:00 am | View Link
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  • Contingency Plan for Lengthy Tarmac Delays | Delta Air Lines
    Before delays occur, Delta has a comprehensive plan designed to forecast and adjust to operational challenges and minimize lengthy delays while passengers are on ...
    10/5/2015 - 3:54 am | View Website
  • New Tarmac Rule Limits Time Stuck on Airplanes ...
    Starting Thursday, passengers stuck on a plane for three hours or longer must be given the chance to get off the airplane of the airlines are subject to giant fines.
    10/5/2015 - 1:52 am | View Website
  • eCFR — Code of Federal Regulations
    The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) annual edition is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the departments and ...
    10/4/2015 - 9:45 am | View Website
  • Tarmac Delay Contingency Plan
    May 30th, 2012 Subject: Rapid City Regional Airport / EMERGENCY CONTINGENCY PLAN From: Cameron Humphres, Airport Executive Director To: Whom It May Concern
    10/3/2015 - 8:49 am | View Website
  • New DOT Consumer Rule Limits Airline Tarmac Delays ...
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    10/2/2015 - 1:34 am | View Website
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