A US federal appeals court yesterday upheld the Dept. of Transportation's 2008 rule allowing airports to charge higher landing fees during "peak" periods, with the presiding judge telling objecting airlines that congestion pricing's "creativity should be welcomed on its merits, not spurned for its novelty." However, it is unclear how the Obama administration's DOT will enforce the rule, which was established in the final year of President George W. ...

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