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U.S. Department of Transportation

A department in the United States that oversees aviation, federal highways, shipping and railroads. It began operations in 1967.
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Phoenix, USA-based regional carrier Mesa Air Group said it has received a #1 ranking among US regional airlines for the third consecutive year according to the US Department of Transportation Air Travel Consumer Report.
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