The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee has agreed to add a provision dealing with foreign airlines to a bill governing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which would prohibit the transportation secretary from approving any foreign airline service to the U.S. if the carrier is established in a country other than its majority owner. Rep. Frank LoBiondo, R-N.J., sponsored the provision with the top Democrat on the panel, Rep. Peter DeFazio of Oregon. If passed, the provision would prohibit approvals such as the one granted by the Transportation Department for Norwegian’s application to serve the U.S. Norwegian was accused during the

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