14 CFR Parts 234, 259, and 399 Enhancing Airlines Protections

OMB 2105-0561

OMB 2105-0561

The Enhancing Airline Passenger Protections Rule, as currently effective, amended, and newly adopted, requires the following paperwork requirements for each covered carrier: (i) retain for two years certain information about any ground delay that lasts at least three hours, (ii) audit its own adherence to its Customer Service Plan annually and retain the results for two years, (iii) display information concerning listed flights' on-time performance for the previous month on its website for both its flights and those of its non-reporting code-share carriers and (iv) report all passenger operations that experience a tarmac time of three hours or more at a U.S. airport. The information collection furthers the objectives of 49 U.S.C. §§ 41712, 40101(a)(4), 40101(a)(9), and 41702 to protect consumers from unfair or deceptive practices, and to ensure safe and adequate service in air transportation. The regulation also supports the Department of Transportation's (Department) strategic goal of global connectivity by reducing barriers to trade and enhancing competition

The latest form for 14 CFR Parts 234, 259, and 399 Enhancing Airlines Protections expires 2021-10-31 and can be found here.

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Requirement to retain for two years information about any ground delay that triggers the respondent's contingency plan for lengthy tarmac delays or lasts at least three hours.

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