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It looks as if track and trace has not worked quite as it should for IAG and the US Postal Service (USPS). IAG carriers British Airways and Iberia have found themselves in hot water for allegedly falsely reporting the time they delivered USPS mail. USPS contracted IAG to collect mail from six locations in the US, or US government departments abroad, and deliver it internationally. Once USPS received the electronic scans showing delivery times, IAG would get paid. The airlines have agreed to pay $5.8m, in a settlement which resolves the allegations and implies no liability, reports CH Aviation.

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