Airlines for America (A4A) president and CEO Nicholas Calio slammed proposals circulating in the US Congress that he said “look a lot like pre-1978” regulation of the US airline industry. During a luncheon address at the US Chamber of Commerce Aviation Summit in Washington DC, Calio reiterated his strong criticism of the Senate’s proposed FAA reauthorization bill and other airline customer-service proposals in Congress, such as one to regulate seat size on commercial ...

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