H.R.6299 - To prohibit the Secretary of Transportation or the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration from conducting auctions, implementing congestion pricing, limiting airport operations, or charging certain use fees at airports.

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  • Official: To prohibit the Secretary of Transportation or the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration from conducting auctions, implementing congestion pricing, limiting airport operations, or charging certain use fees at airports. as introduced.

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06/18/08
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Official Summary

Prohibits the Secretary of Transportation and the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) from taking actions to regulate the scheduling of airline operations at a U.S. commercial airport if such an action includes: (1) auctioning rights or permission to conduct airline o

Official Summary

Prohibits the Secretary of Transportation and the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) from taking actions to regulate the scheduling of airline operations at a U.S. commercial airport if such an action includes:
(1) auctioning rights or permission to conduct airline operations at that airport;
(2) implementing peak-period or congestion pricing at the airport;
(3) withdrawing an airline's right to operate at that airport;
(4) charging a fee for use of navigable airspace at the airport; or
(5) requiring, or providing incentives or disincentives to, airport owners to take any such actions.

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