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A Look at the New FAA Reauthorization Act – Implications for Airline Consumers
President Trump has made the reduction of federal regulation in the marketplace a centerpiece of his campaign and administration. While numerous efforts1 to review existing aviation regulations are underway, the newly-signed FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 (Public Law 115-254),2 which reauthorizes funding of the Federal Aviation Administration through Sept. 30, 2023, contains several provisions which indicate that Congress remains deeply invested in the issue of airline passenger rights. The FAA Reauthorization Act contains a wide spectrum of passenger rights provisions, ranging from requiring the FAA to consider regulations concerning aircraft seat size and pitch to the disclosures that must be made when an airline uses insect repellents in the passenger cabin.
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