Fly America Act
Federal travelers are required by 49 U.S.C. 40118, commonly referred to as the “Fly America Act,” to use U.S. air carrier services for all air travel and cargo transportation services funded by the U.S. Government. One exception to this requirement is transportation provided under a bilateral or multilateral air transport agreement, to which the U.S. Government and the government of a foreign country are parties, and which the Department of Transportation has determined meets the requirements of the Fly America Act. For more information, visit the Fly America Act, Travel Management Policy, U.S. Government.
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- Fly America and Open Skies Agreements
- Fly America Quick Guide