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Frontier fined $400,000 for bumping passengers, failing to assist passengers with disabilities
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Department of Transportation fined Frontier Airlines $400,000 after it said the Denver-based company violated procedures by bumping passengers from oversold flights and not properly helping disabled passengers. American Airlines and Delta Air Lines were also fined, according to the transportation department, but Frontier must pay the largest amount.