Printed headline: Bilateral or Bust? “To reduce compliance costs, improve access to foreign customers, and make oversight more efficient, Congress should encourage the FAA to enter into more Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreements [BASAs] and should refrain from enacting legislation that disrupts current international aviation accords.” That statement, or something like it, has been included among ARSA’s legislative priorities every year in recent memory. We represent a ...

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