Attempts by some US lawmakers to add language to the FAA reauthorization bill that would change labor rules on foreign airlines operating to the US within Open Skies agreements are raising concerns among the White House administration, US airlines and the European Commission (EC). Section 530, the so-called flag of convenience amendment, has been latched to the House FAA bill and there are now talks about potentially attaching an identical amendment to the Senate version of the ...

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