The Department of Transportation has a Valentine’s Day gift for you – regulations to help protect you from shady aircraft charter brokers.
On February 14, the DoT’s new regulations governing aircraft charter brokers go into effect. They require brokers to answer your specific questions about your trip, the chosen operator, and the charges – but you need to know what questions to ask.
To find out what you need to know before booking your next charter trip, join us for the latest in our BAA Podcast “Above and Beyond” series. Find out from experts Holly Whitaker, Brian Waldron, Erin Donnelly, and Adam Hohulin what you need to know to help ensure that you fly safely and cost-effectively.
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