The Passenger's Bill of Duties

It's time for a return to civility when it comes to airplane travel. But travelers should remember that with rights come responsibilities

New York recently became the first state in the nation to pass a law establishing a bill of rights for airline passengers. The bill was in response to a 10-hour delay earlier this year at John F. Kennedy International Airport, among other airline-related aggravations.

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