While the debate about whether to split off air traffic services from the FAA may be soaking up all of the proverbial oxygen in Washington, other language in the FAA reauthorization pending in Congress also would lead to significant aviation policy changes. Measures lawmakers are considering could change regulations for commercial pilot training, drones, supersonic flight over land and so-called flag-of-convenience airlines. The newest issue to flare revolves around a Senate Republican ...

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