Senate FAA bill’s airline fee, pilot training provisions spur controversy

Credit: Office of Sen. John Thune
Two provisions in the US Senate’s FAA reauthorization legislation cleared June 29 by a key committee received immediate pushback. Both provisions, one relating to airline fees and the other related to commercial pilot training, were added as amendments during a June 29 markup process in the Senate...

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