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運輸省は、親に料金を請求して子供と一緒に座ることから航空会社を禁止しようとしています

運輸省は、親に料金を請求して子供と一緒に座ることから航空会社を禁止しようとしています

現在, 私たち. airlines are not required to place minors next to their parents free of charge.

金曜日に, 7月 8, the Department of Transportation issued a notice to change that, requesting airlinesto seat young children next to a parentwith no additional cost.

The notice comes after a period of increased complaints against airlines, mostly related to flight cancellations, しかし according to the DOT, があった “complaints of instances where young children, including a child as young as 11 月, are not seated next to an accompanying adult.

声明の中で, the DOT added, “even one complaint is significant for the impacted travelers.

The notice urges airlines toreview their seating policies” に “ensure the ability of a parent or other accompanying adult to sit next to his or her young child,” without extra charge. The DOT says a 2016 law requires the department toreview U.S. airlinesfamily seating policies.

The DOT is giving airlines four months to alter their policies. 十一月に 2022, the DOT’s Office of Aviation Consumer Protection will review airlines’ ポリシー “to determine whether they enable a child, who is age 13 or under on the date an applicable flight is scheduled to occur, to be seated in a seat adjacent to the seat of an accompanying adult over the age of 13, to the maximum extent practicable and at no additional cost.

The notice suggests thatairlines should have policies that enable its personnel to make immediate adjustments as needed to ensure young children are able to be seated adjacent to an accompanying adult,” except when said seatwould require an upgrade to another cabin or a seat with extra legroom.

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現在, individual airlines have varying seat selection processes, with some allowing seat changes after purchasing tickets, and otherbasic economyfares assigning an unchangeable seat.

Hannah Walden, a spokesperson for Airlines for America, the industry trade group representing major U.S. carriers, responded to the notice with the following statement, “私たち. airlines always work to accommodate customers who are traveling together, especially those traveling with children, そしてそうし続けるでしょう. Each carrier has established individual policies aimed at making every effort to ensure families can sit together.