The US House Transportation Committee advanced a bill Sept. 19 that would ban foreign “flag of convenience” carriers from flying to the US. The Fair and Open Skies Act would bar the Department of Transportation (DOT) from issuing a permit or exemption to any “foreign air carrier that is established in a country other than the home country of its majority owner … to avoid the regulations of its home country.”   Transportation Committee chairman Peter ...

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