H.R.4788 - Aviation Jobs Outsourcing Prevention Act

To amend title 49, United States Code, to establish limitations on the approval of cooperative arrangements between 2 or more air carriers or between an air carrier and a foreign air carrier, and for other purposes. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To amend title 49, United States Code, to establish limitations on the approval of cooperative arrangements between 2 or more air carriers or between an air carrier and a foreign air carrier, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Short: Aviation Jobs Outsourcing Prevention Act as introduced.

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Official Summary

Aviation Jobs Outsourcing Prevention Act - Requires a domestic or a foreign air carrier to file with the Secretary of Transportation any agreement, a request to discuss cooperative arrangements, or a modification or cancellation of an agreement between the domestic or foreign air carrier an

Official Summary

Aviation Jobs Outsourcing Prevention Act - Requires a domestic or a foreign air carrier to file with the Secretary of Transportation any agreement, a request to discuss cooperative arrangements, or a modification or cancellation of an agreement between the domestic or foreign air carrier and another air carrier, a foreign carrier, or another carrier. Requires the Secretary to disapprove or, after periodic review, end approval of, an agreement, a request to discuss cooperative arrangements, or a modification that provides for or permits the sharing or pooling of revenue or profits between participating carriers earned in covered operations, unless the Secretary finds that each participating air carrier's share of the pooled revenue or pooled profits (whichever is greater) contributed by covered operations in any consecutive 12-month period does not exceed 130% of the participating carrier's share of pooled available seat miles (ASMs) in covered operations during the period.

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