The US Senate’s version of FAA reauthorization, which easily cleared a key vote June 29, includes a provision enabling the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to determine which airline fees “are not reasonable.” As expected, the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee passed an FAA reauthorization bill that does not include spinning off US air traffic control (ATC) from FAA, which is the centerpiece proposal of the House of Representatives FAA ...

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