U.S. House Bill Renews Pressure On ‘Flag Of Convenience’ Carriers

Credit: Ben Goldstein
WASHINGTON—A group of bipartisan House lawmakers assembled on the lawn of the U.S. Capitol June 10 alongside unions representing pilots, flight attendants and technicians to announce legislation that would renew stalled efforts to target so-called “flag of convenience” carriers. The Fair and Open...

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