A coalition of airlines, airports and manufacturers wrote a letter to US lawmakers urging them to ditch a provision in the bill to reauthorize the FAA that would target so-called “flag of convenience” carriers, warning it would “undermine the basis for the Open Skies Agreements” that underpin the global aviation system. The groups said the provision—Section 530 of the House’s FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018—would “threaten the foundations of ...

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