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WASHINGTON—The secretary of the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) has sent a letter to 10 airline CEOs urging them to step up assistance offered to passengers who experience lengthy flight delays or cancellations. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg wrote on Aug. 18 that U.S. travelers have…


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