Sec. 210. Disclosure Of Air Carriers Operating Flights For Tickets Sold For Air Transportation.


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Sec. 210. Disclosure Of Air Carriers Operating Flights For Tickets Sold For Air Transportation. 


Section 41712 of title 49, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following: 

(c) Disclosure Requirement for Sellers of Tickets for Flights- 

(1) IN GENERAL- It shall be an unfair or deceptive practice under subsection (a) for any ticket agent, air carrier, foreign air carrier, or other person offering to sell tickets for air transportation on a flight of an air carrier to fail to disclose, whether verbally in oral communication or in writing in written or electronic communication, prior to the purchase of a ticket-- 

(A) the name of the air carrier providing the air transportation; and


(B) if the flight has more than one flight segment, the name of each air carrier providing the air transportation for each such flight segment.

(2) INTERNET OFFERS- In the case of an offer to sell tickets described in paragraph (1) on an Internet Web site, disclosure of the information required by paragraph (1) shall be provided on the first display of the Web site following a search of a requested itinerary in a format that is easily visible to a viewer.'. 

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