Yesterday, the U.S. Senate cleared, 93-6, a bipartisan bill to reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) through 2023. The House had passed it, 398-23, last week, and President Trump is expected to sign it into law. This bill has been ASTA's top legislative priority for several years, and we are proud of the impact we and our members had on the shape of the final bill, which includes no new consumer disclosures for travel advisors to deal with, keeps the full-price advertising rule intact, bans in-flight voice calls and facilitates the expansion of the TSA PreCheck program. For more information on the bill, see our press statement from last week and a members-only analysis below.
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