Customer service issues in air travel have regulators considering various measures. German lawmakers are looking into abolishing advance purchase fares and requiring airlines to charge passengers only when they check in. That would expand the idea behind Lufthansa’s “Pay As You Fly” concept for large corporate accounts. After last month proposing a new rule to strengthen . . .

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