US Rep. Bill Shuster’s (R-Pennsylvania) proposed legislation to separate air traffic control (ATC) management from FAA has cleared a key committee vote, but a “flags of convenience” amendment added to the bill will likely make it more controversial. The House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee passed Shuster’s FAA reauthorization legislation by a 32-25 vote, clearing the way for the bill that would reauthorize FAA for six years and create ...

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