H.R. 3935 - Securing Growth and Robust Leadership in American Aviation Act

Bill Text

    Rules Committee Print 118-11 PDF XML

    Showing the text of H.R. 3935, as ordered reported by the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, with modifications, H.R. 3559, as ordered reported by the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, with modifications, and H.R. 3796 as reported by the Committee on Ways and Means, with modifications.

    H.R. 3935 - Securing Growth and Robust Leadership in American Aviation Act (as reported) PDF XML

    H. Rept. 118-138 - Report from the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure to accompany H.R. 3935 PDF

    H.R. 3559 - FAA Research and Development Act of 2023 (as reported) PDF XML

    H. Rept. 118-139, Part I - Report from the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology to accompany H.R. 3559 PDF

    H.R. 3796 - To provide for the extension of taxes funding the Airport and Airway Trust Fund and to require the designation of certain airports as ports of entry (as reported) PDF XML

    H. Rept. 118-105 - Report from the Committee on Ways and Means to accompany H.R. 3796 PDF

Rule Information

REPORTED BY A RECORD VOTE of 8-4 on Monday, July 17, 2023.

Agreed to by a record vote of 213-206, after agreeing to the previous question by a record vote of 213-207, on Tuesday, July 18, 2023.

MANAGERS: Houchin/Scanlon


Structured rule for H.R. 3935.


Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.


Provides one hour of general debate equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or their respective designees.


Provides that an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of Rules Committee Print 118-11 shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.


Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended.


Provides that following debate, each further amendment printed in part A of the Rules Committee report not earlier considered as part of amendments en bloc pursuant to section 3 shall be considered only in the order printed in the report, may be offered only by a Member designated in the report, shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.


Waives all points of order against the amendments printed in part A of the Rules Committee report and amendments en bloc described in section 3.


Provides that at any time after debate the chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or his designee may offer amendments en bloc consisting of further amendments printed in part A of the Rules Committee report not earlier disposed of. Amendments en bloc shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for 30 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure or their respective designees, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.


Provides one motion to recommit.


Structured rule for H.R. 3941.


Waives all points of order against consideration of the bill.


Provides that an amendment in the nature of a substitute recommended by the Committee on Education and the Workforce now printed in the bill shall be considered as adopted and the bill, as amended, shall be considered as read.


Waives all points of order against provisions in the bill, as amended.


Provides one hour of general debate equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the Committee on Education and the Workforce or their respective designees.


Further makes in order only the amendment printed in part B of the Rules Committee report. Each amendment made in order may be offered only in the order printed in the report, may be offered only by a Member designated in the report, shall be considered as read, shall be debatable for the time specified in the report equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent, shall not be subject to amendment, and shall not be subject to a demand for division of the question.


Waives all points of order against the amendment printed in part B of the report.


Provides one motion to recommit.

Amendments (click headers to sort)

#Version #Sponsor(s)PartySummaryStatus
1Version 1Rose (TN)RepublicanRequires GAO to issue a report to Congress on the recent mass flight cancellations that occurred over the Fourth of July holiday. The report would require an examination of the period beginning two weeks before July 4th, 2023, and ending two weeks after July 4th, 2023. The report would examine the actions of the Secretary of Transportation and the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration to mitigate flight cancellations and disruptions as well as any actions not taken by the Secretary or Administrator that may have mitigated flight cancellations and disruptions.Made in Order
2Version 2Owens (UT), Moore (UT), Bergman (MI), Amodei (NV), Collins (GA), Johnson (GA), McBath (GA), McClain (MI), Garcia, Mike (CA), Ciscomani (AZ), Walberg (MI), Gonzales, Tony (TX)Bi-PartisanWithdrawn Creates 28 new slots for in-and-beyond perimeter flights at DCA split evenly between 7 airlines. It provides a clause that an airline using the new slots may not eliminate a current in-perimeter flight.Withdrawn
3Version 1Moore (WI)DemocratRequires airports seeking to implement a Passenger Facility Charge(PFC) to describe in their application any good faith efforts to ensure that small businesses, including those owned by veterans and others historically underserved on airport projects, are able to fairly compete for work on any project to be funded by the PFC.Submitted
4Version 1Moore (WI)DemocratProvides authority to the Department of Transportation's Inspector General to conduct periodic audits of FAA DBE program data to ensure airports are providing accurate data about participation.Submitted
5Version 1Langworthy (NY), Higgins (NY), Tenney (NY)Bi-PartisanStrikes Sec. 546 to maintain current training requirements for a person who is applying for an airline transport certificate with an airplane category and class rating.Made in Order
6Version 1Santos (NY)RepublicanEvaluates the feasibility of reducing the DNL from 65 dBA to 55 dBA, including a time frame when the reduction could be achievedSubmitted
7Version 1Bergman (MI), Garcia (IL), Fitzpatrick (PA), Ross (NC), Molinaro (NY), Kildee (MI), Ellzey (TX), Carson (IN), Ferguson (GA), Pascrell (NJ), Johnson (OH), DelBene (WA), Self (TX), McGovern (MA), McClain (MI), DeSaulnier (CA), Bacon (NE), Johnson (GA), Smith (NJ), Deluzio (PA), Sessions (TX), Meng (NY), Van Duyne (TX), Brownley (CA), Garbarino (NY), Pocan (WI), Norcross (NJ), Valadao (CA), Gallego (AZ), Lesko (AZ), Smith (WA), Walberg (MI), Slotkin (MI), Carl (AL), Gomez (CA), Kim (CA), Porter (CA), Miller (OH), Stevens (MI), Chavez-DeRemer (OR), Landsman (OH), Joyce (OH), Lawler (NY), Levin (CA)Bi-PartisanStrikes section 330 to prevent raising the retirement age of pilots from 65 to 67.Submitted
8Version 1Brownley (CA), Garamendi (CA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Turner (OH)Bi-PartisanAdopts NTSB safety recommendation requiring commercial helicopters to have both a flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorderSubmitted
9Version 1Brownley (CA), Kildee (MI), Schneider (IL)DemocratExtends the production tax credit for sustainable aviation fuel through 2032.Submitted
10Version 1Brownley (CA), Kildee (MI), Schneider (IL)DemocratCreates an investment tax credit for sustainable aviation fuel infrastructure.Submitted
11Version 1Obernolte (CA)RepublicanRequires the FAA to implement an accountability system that ensures students can schedule an airman practical test in no more than fourteen (14) calendar days after the test is requested.Made in Order
12Version 1Garamendi (CA), Deluzio (PA)DemocratAligns the Buy America requirements for FAA-funded projects with the new government-wide “Build American, Buy America” requirements under Section 70914 of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (Public Law 117-58).Submitted
13Version 1Garamendi (CA)DemocratWithdrawn Clarifies that airport projects being done to meet State law/regulation (i.e., “non-voluntary” projects) for air quality remain eligible for these federal grant programs. Restores eligibility for otherwise eligible airports located in in non-attainment areas under the federal Clean Air Act but with projects listed in the State Implementation Plan to apply for these FAA grant programs.Withdrawn
14Version 1Garamendi (CA)DemocratWithdrawn Directs the FAA to allow alternative project delivery methods like progressive deign build for federally funded airport projects.Withdrawn
15Version 1Garamendi (CA), Carson (IN)DemocratCloses “grandfathered facility” loophole that allows imported palm oil to qualify for the federal Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), including foreign palm oil-sourced Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF).Submitted
16Version 1Garamendi (CA), Lofgren (CA), Khanna (CA), Moulton (MA), Nadler (NY), Goldman (NY)DemocratDirects FAA to promulgate rule phasing out leaded aviation fuel if and when USEPA finalizes the October 2022 endangerment finding under the Clean Air Act.Submitted
17Version 1Meng (NY), Norton (DC), Johnson (GA), Nadler (NY), Raskin (MD), Moulton (MA), Garcia (IL), Lieu (CA)DemocratClarifies that as part of the Part 150 Noise Standard Update, feedback should be solicited from individuals living in overflight communities.Made in Order
18Version 1Meng (NY), Sherman (CA), Norton (DC), Johnson (GA), Nadler (NY), Moulton (MA)DemocratRequires the Community Collaboration Program to engage directly with community groups impacted by aviation noise.Submitted
19Version 1Moore (WI)DemocratRequires FAA to work with a variety of stakeholders to address helicopter operations noise concerns at General Mitchell International Airport. The amendment would also allow the FAA the extend the information sharing mechanism to gather and publicly share noise complaints under sec. 486 of the bill to other airports, if determined feasible.Submitted
20Version 5Garcia (IL)DemocratRevised Requires the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration to issue a report to Congress assessing the transparency of existing slot processes applied to airports.Revised
21Version 1Fitzpatrick (PA), Carson (IN), Smith (NJ), Gottheimer (NJ), Lynch (MA), Kean (NJ), Houlahan (PA), Golden (ME), Nadler (NY), Goldman (NY)Bi-PartisanStrikes Sec. 522 and replacing it with the text of H.R. 911, the Saracini Enhanced Aviation Safety Act (118th) .Submitted
22Version 3Fitzpatrick (PA), Carson (IN), Gottheimer (NJ), Kean (NJ), Lynch (MA), Houlahan (PA), Golden (ME), Nadler (NY), Smith (NJ), Goldman (NY)Bi-PartisanRevised Makes alterations to the structure and timeframe of the aviation rulemaking committee established by Sec. 522.Made in Order
23Version 4Fitzpatrick (PA), Carson (IN), Lynch (MA), Smith (NJ), Gottheimer (NJ), Kean (NJ), Houlahan (PA), Golden (ME), Nadler (NY), Goldman (NY)Bi-PartisanRevised Requires the FAA to implement as a rule the recommendations issued by the aviation rulemaking committee for commercial passenger aircraft established by Sec. 522.Made in Order
24Version 1Jayapal (WA)DemocratRequires the FAA to implement regulations requiring that cabin climate control systems are operated to maintain a target temperature between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Requires the installation of cabin temperature monitoring equipment and the public disclosure of instances of extreme cabin temperatures.Submitted
25Version 4Garcia (IL), Kamlager-Dove (CA)DemocratRevised Removes the existing Office of Aviation Consumer Protection, a unit within the Office of General Counsel and establishes a separate Office of Aviation Consumer Protection, led by an Assistant Secretary who is appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate.Revised
26Version 2Meng (NY), Nadler (NY), Johnson (GA), Moulton (MA)DemocratRevised Changes “Regional Aviation Noise Officer” to “Community Engagement Officer” and expands the Officer's scope to include safety and pollution in addition to noise.Revised
27Version 1Meng (NY), Nadler (NY), Johnson (GA), Norton (DC), Moulton (MA), Lieu (CA)DemocratRequires the Secretary of Transportation to expand the membership of the NextGen Advisory Committee (NAC) to include 5 community representatives.Submitted
28Version 1Gosar (AZ), Johnson (SD)RepublicanProhibits changes to existing National Park air tour management plansMade in Order
29Version 3Rouzer (NC), Nehls (TX), Garamendi (CA), Bost (IL), Edwards (NC), Brownley (CA), Collins (GA), Yakym (IN), Van Drew (NJ), González-Colón (PR), Crawford (AR), Burchett (TN), Kean (NJ), Duarte (CA), Gimenez (FL), Ezell (MS), Fitzpatrick (PA), Miller (OH), Kim (CA), Houchin (IN), Hudson (NC), Wittman (VA), Davis (NC), Amodei (NV), Bergman (MI), McHenry (NC), D'Esposito (NY), Guest (MS)Bi-PartisanRevised Prohibits DOT procurement of drones from certain foreign adversaries, including China and Russia.Made in Order
30Version 1Lamborn (CO), Caraveo (CO)Bi-PartisanDirects NASA and the Department of Commerce Office of Space Commerce to submit a report to Congress on the merits and options for establishing an institute relating to space resources. Space resources refer to minerals and substances (metals, water, gasses, solar energy, etc.) in outer space that can be used for more affordable and flexible transportation, facilities construction, energy production, manufacturing, life support, etc.Submitted
31Version 1Porter (CA)DemocratRequire the FAA Administrator to prohibit air carriers from reducing the size of passenger seats on air carriers until the Administrator issues a final rule establishing minimum dimensions for passenger seats, as required under section 577 of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 (PL 115-254).Submitted
32Version 1Barragán (CA)DemocratRequires airlines to educate flight crews about the completed Study on Radiation Exposure, including the risks of radiation exposure, the importance of early screenings for cancer, and how flight crews can track their own radiation exposure.Submitted
33Version 1Porter (CA)DemocratRequires the FAA Administrator to issue regulations that establish minimum requirements for aviation enterprise resource planning systems.Submitted
34Version 1Porter (CA), Westerman (AR)Bi-PartisanRequires the Comptroller General of the United States to conduct a study on the response time of the FAA Administrator in regard to congressional inquiries and requests, in addition to requiring the FAA Administrator to annually testify before Congress on the agency’s efforts activities, objectives, plans, and efforts to engage with Congress and the public.Made in Order
35Version 1Porter (CA)DemocratRequires air carriers to provide passengers experiencing a controllable significant delay or cancellation with an alternative flight, including on another air carrier if necessary, and codifies the existing requirement for airlines to provide a full cash refund if the passenger chooses not to travel after experiencing such a delay or cancellation.Submitted
36Version 1Donalds (FL), Crockett (TX), Mace (SC), Davis (NC), Gosar (AZ), Nehls (TX)Bi-PartisanDirects the FAA Secretary to consult with Part 141 flight schools and industry stakeholders to establish an apprenticeship program to bolster the qualified pilot pipeline.Made in Order
37Version 1Donalds (FL)RepublicanProhibits the U.S. Intelligence Community from procuring drones that were made in China, unless the president deems such procurement a matter of national security.Submitted
38Version 1Mullin (CA), Panetta (CA), Eshoo (CA), Sherman (CA)DemocratRevises a program to enable San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to provide noise mitigation for 200 homes per year and to use federal funding to mitigate homes outside the airport contour line.Submitted
39Version 1DeSaulnier (CA)DemocratCreates a Task Force on Human Factors in Aviation Safety to analyze current risks related to human factors and identify recommendations to decrease the risksMade in Order
40Version 1DeSaulnier (CA)DemocratImplements an NTSB recommendation requiring flight data recording devices and flight data monitoring program to analyze the flight data and identify areas for training improvements and potential safety issues. Includes protections for air crew against misuse of dataSubmitted
41Version 1Crockett (TX), Donalds (FL), Carson (IN), Allred (TX)Bi-PartisanWithdrawn Adds pilot scholarships to the list of eligible projects that Section 302 can fund.Withdrawn
42Version 1Crockett (TX)DemocratRequires that no less than 20 percent of funds in Section 302 used to fund scholarships go to Historically Black Colleges and Universities or Hispanic Serving Institutions.Submitted
43Version 1Van Drew (NJ), Scanlon (PA)Bi-PartisanAligns Motorcoach Enplanement Pilot program with intent for both AIP and PFC eligibility.Submitted
44Version 1Van Drew (NJ)RepublicanWithdrawn Changes name of "Office of Innovation" to "Office of Advanced Aviation."Withdrawn
45Version 1Mullin (CA), Panetta (CA), Eshoo (CA)DemocratWithdrawn Establishes a program at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to noise insulate 200+ homes per year in specific areas or provide financial support to the cities impacted by noise.Withdrawn
46Version 1Panetta (CA), Cárdenas (CA), Mullin (CA), Eshoo (CA), Moulton (MA), Sherman (CA)DemocratAllows airports, at their option, to impose a curfew, under specified circumstances, at any time between 10 p.m. and 7 a.mSubmitted
47Version 1Panetta (CA), Cárdenas (CA), Mullin (CA), Eshoo (CA), Sherman (CA), Moulton (MA)DemocratRequires FAA staff to answer questions submitted in writing by Members of Congress relating to flight procedures or other data affecting their district within 90 days and requires FAA staff to appear at a meeting or town hall with a Member of Congress with 30 days’ notice.Submitted
48Version 1Panetta (CA), Cárdenas (CA), Mullin (CA), Eshoo (CA), Sherman (CA), Moulton (MA), Lieu (CA)DemocratMandates that if a new or modified flight path is proposed through the FAA Procedure Based Navigation (PBN) process, the FAA must notify City Councils, Boards of Supervisors, Members of Congress, and Aviation Roundtables within 5 miles of the flight path in question.Submitted
49Version 1Panetta (CA), Cárdenas (CA), Mullin (CA), Eshoo (CA), Sherman (CA), Moulton (MA)DemocratEnsures that community knowledge and input is represented in the FAA flight procedure design process. Ensures an aviation roundtable technical representative will be allowed to fully participate in the FAA procedure design process for procedures affecting their communities.Submitted
50Version 1Panetta (CA), Cárdenas (CA), Eshoo (CA), Sherman (CA), Moulton (MA)DemocratLeads to the establishment of standards and remedies related to ground-based noise (GBN) due to the fact that as an airplane leaves from an airport, its takeoff generates significant amounts of ground-based low-frequency noise and vibration impacting residents in the vicinity.Submitted
51Version 1Deluzio (PA), Garcia (IL)DemocratDirects GAO to conduct a report on the effect of airline mergers for consumers.Made in Order
52Version 1Thompson (MS)DemocratAdds as a new title the text of H.R. 3394, the Fund the TSA Act, to improve the ability of the Transportation Security Administration to carry out its security mission by ensuring that revenues collected from passengers as aviation security fees are used to help finance the costs of aviation security screening.Submitted
53Version 1Crockett (TX)DemocratRestores the set-aside for certain reliever airports that is stricken in the committee print, increases the amount of money in the set-aside, strikes a criteria to qualify as a covered reliever airport under the program, and adds a provision requiring at least 50 percent of the set aside to go towards reliever airports serving airports experiencing over 20,000 hours of annual flight delays.Submitted
54Version 1Thompson (MS)DemocratAdds a new title to include the text of the Rights for the TSA Workforce Act of 2023 to enhance the security operations of the Transportation Security Administration and stability of the transportation security workforce by applying the personnel system under title 5, United States Code, to employees of the Transportation Security Administration.Submitted
55Version 1Garcia, Robert (CA)DemocratModifies cockpit voice recording preservation requirements to include real-world nearly catastrophic close-call incidents (for example, almost landing on another plane when lined up on a taxiway rather than a runway at SFO in 2017; or flying way past its destination airport at MSP in 2009). Also restates protections for pilots’ privacy.Made in Order
56Version 2Feenstra (IA), Nunn (IA), Miller-Meeks (IA), Flood (NE)RepublicanRevised Directs the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to establish a Sustainable Aviation Fuel working group focused on identifying research and development needs to produce biojet fuelRevised
57Version 3Feenstra (IA), Ciscomani (AZ), Miller (IL), Miller-Meeks (IA)RepublicanRevised Directs the Secretary of Transportation to take such actions as are necessary to respond with an approval or denial of any application for the provision of essential air service to the greatest extent practicable no later than 6 months after receiving such application.Made in Order
58Version 9Garcia (IL), Norton (DC), Payne, Jr. (NJ), Kamlager-Dove (CA), Barragán (CA), Norcross (NJ), Johnson (GA), Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Watson Coleman (NJ), Lee (CA), Hoyle (OR), Evans (PA), Carson (IN), Nickel (NC), Porter (CA), Kaptur (OH), Craig (MN)DemocratRevised Establishes a minimum wage and benefit standard for such airport service workers at large, medium, and small hub airports, and to prohibit these airports from accessing federal funds for airport development projects unless the airports certify that such airport service workers are paid no less than the higher of $15 per hour, the applicable state or local minimum wage and fringe benefits, or the prevailing wage and fringe benefits required under the Service Contract Act as established by the Department of Labor.Revised
59Version 1Lynch (MA), Nadler (NY), Norton (DC), Moulton (MA), Sherman (CA)DemocratAllows for the potential for rotocraft and powered-lift operations to operate at a higher altitude. Includes community groups to be considered in the consultation of these operations.Submitted
60Version 1Johnson (SD), Stanton (AZ)Bi-PartisanEncourages the FAA to utilize cloud-based, interactive digital platforms to meet community engagement and agency coordination requirements in the environmental review process.Made in Order
61Version 2Lee (NV), Amodei (NV)Bi-PartisanRevised Adds research to sections on use of UAS in wildfire prevention, response and mitigation, as well as agricultural uses, to make clear that processes to allow for research into wildfires and agriculture must be considered in any federal rulemaking process related to UAS.Made in Order
62Version 2Van Drew (NJ), Norcross (NJ)Bi-PartisanRevised Codifies the FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center for Advanced Aerospace's role in the FAA's research and development and testing and evaluation programs and activities. Revised to specify R&D responsibilities.Revised
63Version 4DelBene (WA)DemocratRevised Expands the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation to study, plan, coordinate, and implement issues of joint concern between DOE and DOT with respect to aircraft and airport decarbonization, low or zero emissions vessels and ports, and medium- and heavy-duty trucking decarbonization.Revised
64Version 1Tokuda (HI), Case (HI)DemocratRevises safety requirements for small aircraft tour operators.Submitted
65Version 1Sherman (CA)DemocratWithdrawn This amendment authorizes an airport to impose an access restriction between the hours of 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. for aircrafts. An airport may impose a noise deterrence penalty on an air carrier or aircraft operator for a violation of the access restriction. The restriction does not apply to the operation of military, law enforcement, and U.S. Coast Guard flights.Withdrawn
66Version 1Sherman (CA)DemocratWithdrawn This amendment will amend Sec. 484, Community Collaboration to include community groups that are directly affected by airport planning and development; noise and environmental policy; NextGen implementation; air traffic route changes; integration of new and emerging entrants; and other topics in the Community Collaboration Program.Withdrawn
67Version 1Torres (NY)DemocratEstablishes the lithium battery safety working group to promote and coordinate efforts related to the promotion of the safe importation, manufacture, use, and transportation of lithium batteries and cells.Submitted
68Version 1Sherman (CA), Moulton (MA)DemocratAmends Sec. 657 "Advanced Air Mobility Working Group" to include the consideration of the local communities stakeholder and environmental impacts in the advanced air mobility working group.Submitted
69Version 1Torres (NY)DemocratExpands the scope of the lithium battery safety advisory committee to account for additional modes of transportation.Submitted
70Version 1Eshoo (CA), Panetta (CA), Mullin (CA), Cárdenas (CA), Sherman (CA)DemocratDirects the FAA to adopt a mission statement prioritizing aviation safety, with efficient use of the airspace and mitigation of noise and other health impacts as secondary co-equal priorities.Submitted
71Version 2Obernolte (CA), Panetta (CA)Bi-PartisanRevised Directs the Administrator of the FAA to submit a report to Congress recommending changes in existing law which would support the AAM industry.Revised
72Version 1Brownley (CA), Schneider (IL)DemocratAuthorizes $200 million annually for sustainable aviation fuel-related infrastructure.Submitted
73Version 1Smith (WA)DemocratRevises the section to incorporate the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and requires an institution of higher education to conduct the study of ultrafine particles.Submitted
74Version 1Obernolte (CA), Cartwright (PA)Bi-PartisanRequires that a covered airport shall provide transient general aviation aircraft parking on or near the existing apron when the pilot or owner of that aircraft does not need or request fuel or use other related services from the covered airport or a fixed-base operator at the covered airport.Submitted
75Version 1Jacobs (CA), Huffman (CA)DemocratInserts language to Sec. 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009 that the gives the Administrator authority to enforce a mask mandate in the case of an infectious disease emergency if the infectious disease emergency (1) is declared by the HHS Secretary under section 319 of the PHS Act to be a public health emergency; or (2) as determined by the Secretary, has significant potential to imminently occur and potential, on occurrence, to affect national security or the health and security of United States citizens, domestically or internationallySubmitted
76Version 1Smith (WA)DemocratAmends title 49, United States Code, and would allow the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to waive the regulation that bars airports from using Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funds on the same project twice.Submitted
77Version 1Espaillat (NY)DemocratDirects the Federal Aviation Administrator to implement and enforce an employee right to know policy to inform pilot and cabin crew employees of the potential exposure to toxic fumes throughout the course of their employment.Submitted
78Version 1Lynch (MA), Nadler (NY)DemocratStrikes the sections of the study and rulemaking on High Altitude Class E Airspace Flight Operations. Limits the scope of the study.Submitted
79Version 1Huizenga (MI), Pfluger (TX)RepublicanAllows volunteer pilot organizations to reimburse a volunteer pilot for certain aircraft operating expenses incurred by the pilot when making a charitable flight in support of the volunteer pilot organization's mission.Made in Order
80Version 1Phillips (MN)DemocratRevises the Fly America Act to allow U.S. government employees to utilize non-U.S. air carriers when they meet the following conditions: 1. Relocating at the beginning or end an assignment 2. Traveling with a pet as part of their relocation 3. No U.S. air carrier is willing to transport the employee's pet 4. A foreign carrier will transport the pet. 5. The employee is responsible for any extra costs to the government.Submitted
81Version 1Collins (GA), Kelly (PA), Panetta (CA), Ferguson (GA), McBath (GA), Fry (SC), Edwards (NC), Nehls (TX), Thompson (PA), Johnson (GA), Stauber (MN), Budzinski (IL), Miller (OH), Allred (TX), Van Drew (NJ), Kean (NJ), Ellzey (TX), Gluesenkamp Perez (WA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Miller (IL), Titus (NV), Bacon (NE), Landsman (OH), Norcross (NJ), Donalds (FL), Westerman (AR), Garcia (IL), Webster (FL), Chavez-DeRemer (OR), Kiggans (VA), Rouzer (NC), Trone (MD), Burchett (TN), Babin (TX), Moylan (GU), Williams (GA), Santos (NY), Self (TX), Issa (CA), Tokuda (HI), Mace (SC), Escobar (TX), Radewagen (AS), Peltola (AK), Mills (FL), Dunn (FL), Hern (OK), Womack (AR), Duarte (CA), Gimenez (FL), Nunn (IA), Craig (MN), Slotkin (MI), Rose (TN), Harris (MD), Graves (LA), Crockett (TX), Caraveo (CO), Ezell (MS), James (MI), González-Colón (PR), Hageman (WY), Moore (AL), Ciscomani (AZ), Brownley (CA), Scott, David (GA), Manning (NC), Houchin (IN), Burlison (MO), Lawler (NY), Goldman (NY)Bi-PartisanAllows Americans to utilize 529 Plans to pay for an education at FAA-certified commercial pilot and aviation maintenance technician schools.Submitted
82Version 1Lynch (MA), Nadler (NY), Norton (DC), Williams (GA), Moulton (MA), Lieu (CA)DemocratEnsures deliberate engagement with local community groups for the Community Collaboration Program.Made in Order
83Version 1Rose (TN)RepublicanAdds a member of the general public who has experienced three or more flight cancellations or delays in the previous twelve months to the Passenger Experience Advisory Committee.Submitted
84Version 2Soto (FL)DemocratRevised Allows avionic student housing on non-aeronautical airport property.Revised
85Version 1Lynch (MA), Nadler (NY)DemocratRequires the FAA to collect comprehensive information on the beneficial owner of civilian aircraft in reviewing application for the Civil Aviation Registry. Requires the FAA to conducts a comprehensive review of its registration process to identify and address national security and other safety risks.Submitted
86Version 1Napolitano (CA), Scott, David (GA), Williams (GA), Garamendi (CA), Huffman (CA)DemocratOverturns a 2014 FAA policy change and clarifies that the statutory requirement that taxes collected on aviation fuel be used for airport purposes only applies to excise taxes on aviation fuel and not general sales taxes imposed by local and state governments.Submitted
87Version 1Sablan (MP)DemocratExtends Essential Air Service eligibility to the Northern Mariana Islands.Submitted
88Version 2Cloud (TX)RepublicanRevised Requires energy project applicants submitted to the FAA to submit a foreign agent and principal disclosure.Made in Order
89Version 2Westerman (AR)RepublicanRevised Makes technical corrections to Section 204 to ensure data privacy and enhance the safety of general aviation aircraft personnel and passengers.Made in Order
90Version 3Ciscomani (AZ), Stanton (AZ)Bi-PartisanRevised Creates new priority criteria for the secretary to consider regarding air traffic controllers.Made in Order
91Version 2Ciscomani (AZ)RepublicanRevised Directs the FAA to prioritize funding for certain projects and details how they should go about dispensing funds.Made in Order
92Version 2Garcia (IL)DemocratRevised Requires the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration to submit a report to Congress assessing performance of the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) program.Revised
93Version 3Higgins (LA)RepublicanRevised Directs the Inspector General of the Department of Transportation to conduct and submit an assessment on the mitigation of unmanned aircraft systems at the border.Made in Order
94Version 2Ruiz (CA), LaMalfa (CA), Calvert (CA), Carbajal (CA)Bi-PartisanRevised Requires the Comptroller General to conduct a study on the closure of the Banning Municipal Airport in Banning, California.Made in Order
95Version 1Higgins (LA)RepublicanLimits the authority of the Federal Aviation Administration over any law enforcement actions against foreign drones at the border.Submitted
96Version 2Zinke (MT), Bacon (NE)RepublicanRevised Grants DOD, in conjunction with the FAA clearance process, authority to review specified projects within two nautical miles of any ICBM launch facility or control center for risks to national security.Revised
97Version 1Pettersen (CO)DemocratStrikes "in decision-making processes" in Sec. 135 to allow more avenues for the public to have their concerns relayed to the Aviation Noise Officer to provide to the Administrator.Made in Order
98Version 3Pettersen (CO)DemocratRevised Requires the FAA, within 1 year of enactment, to develop guidance on what medications should be readily available without additional approval on the in-flight medical kits.Made in Order
99Version 1Norton (DC), Houlahan (PA)DemocratRequires the FAA Administrator to issue a notice of proposed rulemaking regarding first aid and emergency medical kit equipment and training for flight crewmembers.Submitted
100Version 1Garamendi (CA), Brownley (CA)DemocratClarifies that all airport projects are eligible to apply for TIFIA financing in years, not just those project elements eligible for funding from the Passenger Facility Charge, in years when there remain un-lent appropriated funds. Also harmonizes the deadline for the airports to submit letters of interest for TIFIA with the FAA reauthorization.Submitted
101Version 1Garamendi (CA), Scott (VA)DemocratCloses loophole in the depreciation tax deduction, which allows for corporate jets to be deducted or expensed in the current taxable year instead of depreciating over 7 or 15 years for most other property.Submitted
102Version 1Hoyle (OR), Van Orden (WI), Ryan (NY), Chavez-DeRemer (OR), Houchin (IN)Bi-PartisanRequires the FAA to develop and publish safety training materials for airport ground crew workers (including supervisory employees) to help prevent accidents involving aircraft engine ingestion and jet blast hazards.Made in Order
103Version 1Gottheimer (NJ), Lawler (NY)Bi-PartisanRequires a GAO study on the levels of aircraft noise in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut and possible mitigation strategiesSubmitted
104Version 1Gottheimer (NJ)DemocratRequires a GAO study on flight delays at airports in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut and possible causes.Made in Order
105Version 1Gottheimer (NJ)DemocratRequires a display of the total cost of the air transportation, including all fees, as part of a payment summary of any airline ticket transaction.Submitted
106Version 1Pascrell (NJ)DemocratIncludes the Reduce Excessive Decibels and Unwanted Commotion and Emissions to Heighten Enforcement and Limitation of Intrusive Chopper Operations to Protect Towns and Enhance Residents (REDUCE HELICOPTER) from Noise Act in the bill to facilitate information sharing between helicopter operators and the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration regarding helicopter noise complaints and establish additional requirements on individuals and entities that register a helicopter.Submitted
107Version 2Pascrell (NJ)DemocratRevised Establish additional requirements on individuals and entities that register a helicopter.Revised
108Version 1Lucas (OK), Bice (OK)RepublicanEnsures FAA’s future plans to expand air traffic controller training facilities focuses on improving staff training without duplicating existing federal investments.Made in Order
109Version 1Lofgren (CA), Khanna (CA), DeSaulnier (CA), Pettersen (CO), Garamendi (CA), Beyer (VA)DemocratRevises Sec. 431 to facilitate sale of unleaded aviation fuel.Submitted
110Version 1Donalds (FL)RepublicanDirects the FAA to collaborate with the NRC, DOE, and FEMA to develop procedures to potentially deploy advanced nuclear microreactors at FAA-certified airports to respond to a primary power source disruption event stemming from a natural disaster.Submitted
111Version 1Pfluger (TX)RepublicanEstablishes a high-speed, supersonic airspace corridor between Midland International Air and Space Port and Spaceport America.Submitted
112Version 1Obernolte (CA)RepublicanAllows a person who is applying for an airline transport pilot certificate with an airplane category and class rating or an airline transport pilot certificate concurrently with a multi-engine airplane type rating to obtain up to 400 additional hours of the total aeronautical experience requirement in a full-flight simulator or flight training device, provided the aeronautical experience was accomplished as part of a Federal Aviation Administration approved training course in parts 121, 135, 141, or 142 of such title.Submitted
113Version 1Case (HI), Tokuda (HI), Nadler (NY)DemocratRequires the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration to establish an air tour management plan for certain areas of Hawai'i.Submitted
114Version 1Case (HI), Sherman (CA), Velázquez (NY), Tokuda (HI), Norton (DC), Nadler (NY)DemocratRestricts commercial air tours from operating within a half mile of military installations, national cemeteries, national parks, and other wildlife refuges.Submitted
115Version 1Case (HI), Tokuda (HI), Norton (DC), Nadler (NY)DemocratRequires the use of ADS-B Out during the operation of a commercial air tour.Submitted
116Version 1Case (HI), Tokuda (HI), Norton (DC), Nadler (NY)DemocratApplies the “sterile cockpit rule” to tour flights, requiring that pilots only focus on safely operating the aircraft and would define tour-giving and narrating as outside of the duties required for safe operation.Submitted
117Version 2Gooden (TX)RepublicanWithdrawn Allows 501(c)(3) organizations to assist veterans of the Armed Forces seeking to transition to the civil aviation workforce.Withdrawn
118Version 1Case (HI), Sherman (CA), Velázquez (NY), Tokuda (HI), Norton (DC), Nadler (NY)DemocratRestricts commercial air tours from operating at an altitude of less than 1,500 feet.Submitted
119Version 1Case (HI), Sherman (CA), Velázquez (NY), Tokuda (HI), Norton (DC), Nadler (NY)DemocratAllows states and localities to impose additional requirements on commercial air tours.Submitted
120Version 1Case (HI)DemocratDirects the Federal Aviation Administration, in consultation with the Department of State, to submit a report to Congress on airports of strategic importance in the Indo-Pacific region.Made in Order
121Version 1Ogles (TN)RepublicanStrikes "social" from the scope of factors examined under the FAA Beyond ProgramMade in Order
122Version 1Magaziner (RI)DemocratAllows Airport Improvement Program funds to be used for projects to comply with cybersecurity standards and recommendations from the Civil Aviation Cybersecurity Rulemaking Committee.Made in Order
123Version 1Pfluger (TX)RepublicanWithdrawn Inserts "test and" before "assess the effects" on line 25, page 490.Withdrawn
124Version 1Brown (OH)DemocratAdd additional union representation to the Federal Aerospace Management Advisory Council.Submitted
125Version 1Cuellar (TX)DemocratAllows air carriers authorized to serve an airport beyond the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport perimeter to use one pair of existing exemptions to serve a different airport beyond the perimeter.Submitted
126Version 3Pfluger (TX)RepublicanWithdrawn Establishes a working group to advise on matters and policies related to the training and preparedness of the Department's workforce on spectrum matters.Withdrawn
127Version 1Kildee (MI), Blumenauer (OR), Sánchez (CA), Schneider (IL)DemocratStrikes Sec. 1203. Designation of certain airports as ports of entry.Submitted
128Version 2Pfluger (TX)RepublicanRevised Establishes a voluntary pilot program to issue a volunteer certification to a person that meets the requirements established by the Administrator under paragraph (2) to perform the duties of a flight attendant.Revised
129Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratRequires air carriers to carry epinephrine auto-injectors on aircraft.Submitted
130Version 1Brown (OH)DemocratTo prohibit prosecution of air carriers, foreign air carriers, and passengers who travel over state lines to receive legal abortion or gender-affirming services.Submitted
131Version 2Carbajal (CA), Yakym (IN), Davids (KS)Bi-PartisanRevised Directs the FAA to start a pilot program for mobile clearance for general aviation and Part 135 air carriers.Made in Order
132Version 1Brown (OH)DemocratRequires air carriers and foreign air carriers to provide complementary drinking water to all passengers on all domestic and international flights over 1 hour.Made in Order
133Version 1Yakym (IN), Titus (NV)Bi-PartisanExtends the air traffic control maximum hiring requirement through Fiscal Year 2028.Made in Order
134Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratDirects the Secretary of Transportation to issue a new departure procedure from Runway 13 at LaGuardia Airport located in New York, New York, to mitigate the impact of aircraft noise and pollution in the surrounding communities.Submitted
135Version 1Santos (NY)RepublicanCalls on the GAO to study on the creation and implementation of noise abating technology for commercial jet enginesSubmitted
136Version 1Eshoo (CA)DemocratRequires the FAA to solicit feedback from communities impacted by aircraft noise as part of the Community Collaboration Program.Made in Order
137Version 1Norton (DC)DemocratTreats the District of Columbia in the same manner as states throughout the bill.Submitted
138Version 2Jayapal (WA), Nadler (NY), Khanna (CA), Johnson (GA), Norton (DC), Moulton (MA)DemocratRevised Requires a study examining noise impacts in areas under a Next-Gen flight procedure. Requires the FAA to suggest actions or make recommendations on how to alleviate noise concerns.Revised
139Version 2Jayapal (WA), Nadler (NY), Khanna (CA), Johnson (GA), Norton (DC), Moulton (MA)DemocratRevised Directs the FAA to do outreach and engage communities affected by Next-Gen flight procedure noise issues.Revised
140Version 1Jayapal (WA)DemocratBars the federal government from contracting with firms with two or more willful or repeated violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Establishes a $50,000 penalty for failing to disclose such violations to the contracting agency.Submitted
141Version 1Jayapal (WA)DemocratRequires DOT to set minimum and maximum cabin temperatures for the health and safety of crew passengers.Submitted
142Version 1Santos (NY)RepublicanRequests a GAO study on the impact of airport noise on those living within 0-10 miles of an airport that services more than 40 million passengers a yearSubmitted
143Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratDirects the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to revise its regulations to decrease the threshold for the day-night average sound level that constitutes significant noise from 65 decibels to 60 decibels and adjust relative ranges of day-night average sound level accordingly. The Amendment also directs the FAA to issue a report on their plan to further lower the metric to 55 DNL.Submitted
144Version 1Nadler (NY), Goldman (NY), Velázquez (NY), Case (HI), Espaillat (NY), Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Meng (NY), Pascrell (NJ), Bowman (NY)DemocratRequires the Federal Aviation Administration to work with New Jersey and New York to create a new air tour management plan for non-essential helicopters that improves safety and reduces noise.Submitted
145Version 1Stanton (AZ), Van Drew (NJ), Titus (NV), Spanberger (VA)Bi-PartisanDirects airlines to provide information on their website on the rights and responsibilities of both airlines and passengers as to the availability of on-board wheelchairs and requires annual staff training on assisting qualified individuals with a disability on the use on-board wheelchairs.Submitted
146Version 1Santos (NY)RepublicanExamines a process for paying hazard pay to airport ramp employees exposed to toxic and dangerous work conditionsSubmitted
147Version 2Nadler (NY), Goldman (NY), Velázquez (NY), Espaillat (NY), Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Meng (NY), Pascrell (NJ), Bowman (NY)DemocratRevised Requires GAO to conduct a study on helicopter noise in the New York City metropolitan area and Northern New Jersey.Revised
148Version 2Sherrill (NJ), Gimenez (FL), Radewagen (AS), Garcia (TX), Carson (IN)Bi-PartisanRevised Mandates an FAA study within 180 days that researches prior instances and national security implications of airborne incidents or misrepresentations of domestically launched, unbeaconed, unmanned free balloons and the technical efficacy of putting an electronic emitter onboard said launches. Includes a survey of the private/commercial community's use of current tracking technology and the ability of civil and military authorities' to harness those emissions for use in the national airspace domain awareness enterprise.Made in Order
149Version 1Biggs (AZ), Grothman (WI)RepublicanExpressing a sense of Congress that illegal aliens should not be allowed to board domestic flights with identification documents below the level of security required for American citizens.Submitted
150Version 2Frost (FL)DemocratRevised Uses existing fines the FAA collects from disruptive passengers to create an airline personnel support fund for impacted airline personnel, including passenger service agents, flight crew, and cabin crew members.Revised
151Version 2Moskowitz (FL)DemocratRevised Requires the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to conduct a study on the effects of the shortage of medicines in emergency medical kits on passenger aircraft.Revised
152Version 2Neguse (CO), Crow (CO), DeGette (CO), Pettersen (CO)DemocratRevised Authorizes a National Academies study on mega trends in aviation and how they impact aviation safety and freedom of movement. The study would focus on extreme weather; rapid urbanization; demographic shifts; technological and aerospace innovations; international geopolitical challenges, infrastructure resiliency; digital security; increased passenger traffic; fuel sources and types; and rural access to aviation.Revised
153Version 1Nadler (NY), Velázquez (NY), Goldman (NY), Espaillat (NY), Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Bowman (NY)DemocratRequires the Federal Aviation Administration to evaluate and adjust helicopter routes above the New York Metropolitan Area and make adjustments if the adjustments would lessen helicopter noise and safety risks on residential areas and noise-sensitive landmarks. Also requires the Federal Aviation Administration to analyze whether helicopters could safely fly at higher altitudes in certain areas above the New York Metropolitan Area.Submitted
154Version 2Menendez (NJ), Garbarino (NY), Garamendi (CA)Bi-PartisanRevised Requires that airlines submit Employee Assault Prevention and Response plans to TSA so that airport based employees such as ticket agents are also covered by these plans.Revised
155Version 1Scott, David (GA), Donalds (FL)Bi-PartisanUrges the Administrator of the FAA and the Secretary of Defense to coordinate efforts to ensure high-altitude balloons do not enter U.S. airspace.Submitted
156Version 2Neguse (CO), Caraveo (CO)DemocratRevised Authorizes a GAO report to review FAA and NASA collaboration on advanced aviation research and technologies.Revised
157Version 1Menendez (NJ)DemocratRequires that a voluntary agreement with respect to commercial air tour operations over a national park considers the well-being of communities overflown by aircraft involved in such operations.Submitted
158Version 1LaMalfa (CA), Carbajal (CA)Bi-PartisanRequires the FAA to promulgate a rule which will allow for restricted category aircraft performing a wildfire suppression operation to transport firefighters to and from the site of a wildfire if those firefighters are performing ground wildfire suppression.Made in Order
159Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratThis amendment gives General Aviation Airports the authority to impose their own restrictions relating to aircraft noise concerns. Under current law, airports must undergo a lengthy and difficult approval process with the FAA before pursuing mandatory noise-based restrictions, such as a curfew or restrictions on flight operations, which very few airports can do successfully. This bill authorizes the FAA to consult directly with General Aviation Airport owners and operators to make reasonable adjustments to reduce noise if the adjustments do not violate the law, and it requires owners and operators of these airports to take into consideration input from local residents and communities surrounding the airport when making noise adjustments.Submitted
160Version 3Jackson (TX)RepublicanRevised Revises Section 608 to add concentrated animal feeding operations and eligible meat and food processing facilities to the list of Applications for Designation.Made in Order
161Version 1Cherfilus-McCormick (FL), Johnson (GA), Molinaro (NY), Tokuda (HI), Norton (DC), Watson Coleman (NJ), Chavez-DeRemer (OR), Fitzpatrick (PA), Allred (TX)Bi-PartisanDirects the FAA to establish an interagency task force with DHS and HHS to develop and implement a strategy to identify and advance research on communicable diseases during the entire air travel experience.Submitted
162Version 1Womack (AR)RepublicanExcludes the Basic Needs Allowance from a military Service Member's taxable income.Submitted
163Version 1Ogles (TN)RepublicanClarifies that a study of turbulence should include a focus on weather conditions rather than climate change since weather is the proximate cause.Made in Order
164Version 1Houlahan (PA), Harris (MD)Bi-PartisanRequires FAA to provide notification and financial reimbursement to specified aviation entities for financial losses incurred because of closures due to Presidential Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs) related to any residence of the President which is secured by the U.S. Secret Service, subject to an audit of the financial losses incurred.Made in Order
165Version 1Plaskett (VI)DemocratAllows territories of the United States to use surface transportation funds for construction of airport access roads (as currently allowed for Alaska and Puerto Rico).Submitted
166Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratAdds “representatives from community stakeholder organizations” to the list of stakeholders that the FAA is required to consult with before updating low-altitude routes and flight procedures.Submitted
167Version 2Yakym (IN), Titus (NV)Bi-PartisanWithdrawn Reduces burdens on the model aircraft community by allowing community-based organizations (CBO) to oversee operators in Class G airspace under certain parameters, while strengthening requirements to become a CBO.Withdrawn
168Version 2Pfluger (TX), Grothman (WI)RepublicanRevised Prohibits funds made available to the Federal Aviation Administration to be used for diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility purposesRevised
169Version 1Schakowsky (IL), Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Deluzio (PA), Garcia (IL), Raskin (MD), Lee (PA), Castor (FL), Carson (IN)DemocratStrikes Section 701 to maintain existing requirements that the full price of airfare must be shown upfront to consumers online and in advertising.Submitted
170Version 4Pfluger (TX)RepublicanRevised Provides a sense of Congress that route structures to rural airports serve a critical function to our Nation by connecting many of our military installations to major regional airline hubs.Made in Order
171Version 1Cárdenas (CA)DemocratClarifies language that general airports can prohibit scheduled public charter flights with departure time, departure location, or arrival location are provided to the public in advance.Submitted
172Version 2Jayapal (WA)DemocratRevised Prohibits the Federal Aviation Administration from engaging in investigations or lawsuits against states, counties or local jurisdictions that limit or ban the use or sale of leaded aviation fuel.Revised
173Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratEstablishes an advisory committee that includes industry and community stakeholders to advise the FAA on issues facing the aviation community that are related to aircraft noise exposure and existing FAA noise policies and regulations.Submitted
174Version 1Davis (IL)DemocratDirects the Secretary of Transportation to also report cumulative impacts on the supply of individuals traditionally underrepresented in aviation professions in the Department's evaluation of projects funded under the CAREER grant program.Submitted
175Version 1Plaskett (VI)DemocratAllows territories of the United States to be eligible for the Federal Land Access Program.Submitted
176Version 1Brecheen (OK)RepublicanProhibits funding for the Airport Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program and the Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program.Made in Order
177Version 1Carbajal (CA), Lawler (NY), Van Orden (WI), Kildee (MI), Garcia (IL)Bi-PartisanDirects the FAA to provide an update on their PFAS transition plan.Submitted
178Version 1Houlahan (PA), Fitzpatrick (PA), Grothman (WI)Bi-PartisanEnsures that every two years the FAA regularly review and update regulations regarding emergency medical equipment, kits, and flight crew training on passenger aircraft.Submitted
179Version 1Brecheen (OK)RepublicanTasks the National Academy of Sciences with only studying the cybersecurity workforce and coming up with recommendations to increase its size and quality, not increase the force’s diversity.Made in Order
180Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratRequires the Community Collaboration Program to directly interview impacted residents.Made in Order
181Version 1Caraveo (CO)DemocratRequires the FAA Administrator to collect data on car thefts at public-use airports and provide an annual report to Congress with these numbers.Submitted
182Version 1Van Drew (NJ), Stanton (AZ), Nehls (TX)Bi-PartisanWithdrawn To designate the Deputy Administrator for Safety and Operations as the FAA official responsible for coordinating the safe integration of new entrant and technology integration in the national airspace system.Withdrawn
183Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratAuthorizes a Center of Excellence within the FAA to research alternatives to jet fuels.Submitted
184Version 1Caraveo (CO)DemocratAllows Airport Improvement Program funds to be used for car theft prevention measures in parking garages at public-use airports.Submitted
185Version 1Lynch (MA)DemocratCreates study on over the water landings and takeoffs at Edward Logan Airport in Boston.Submitted
186Version 4Garcia (IL)DemocratRevised Requires the Secretary of Transportation in coordination with the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, and the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission to assess an array of potentially viable signaling technologies for use in avoiding collisions between all aircrafts and in achieving tactical avoidance of obstacles beyond the visual line of sight.Revised
187Version 2Raskin (MD), Fitzpatrick (PA), Lynch (MA), Khanna (CA), Lieu (CA), Meng (NY), Moulton (MA), Norton (DC)Bi-PartisanRevised Authorizes the FAA Administrator to create a prize competition to spur innovation in technologies that reduce aviation noise and improve the quality of life for residents affected by aviation noise.Revised
188Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratAuthorizes DOT, DOE, EPA, and NASA to collaborate on accelerating technologies that reduce the noise impact of aviation.Submitted
189Version 1Huizenga (MI)RepublicanRequires the Secretary of Transportation -- in the process for prioritizing awarding grants under the Advanced Air Mobility Infrastructure Pilot Program established and described in P.L. 119-328 -- to also prioritize eligible entities that collaborate with the DOD or National Guard.Made in Order
190Version 5Garcia (IL), Ellzey (TX)Bi-PartisanRevised Requires the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration to issue guidance requiring all commercial air carriers include naloxone nasal spray on board aircraft in EMKs.Revised
191Version 1Beyer (VA)DemocratAdopts Recommendation 8 from the DCA Noise Working Group.Submitted
192Version 1Lynch (MA), Nadler (NY), Norton (DC), Williams (GA), Moulton (MA)DemocratRevises the representative in the task force on Aviation and Airport Community Engagement to ensure that multiple airport communities and communities around airports are included.Made in Order
193Version 1Cartwright (PA)DemocratRequires the FAA to establish and disseminate an education program to provide general aviation pilots, flight schools, airport managers and operators, aircraft maintenance technicians, FBOs, and other members of the general aviation community, with information about new unleaded aviation gasoline certified by the Administrator.Submitted
194Version 1Jayapal (WA)DemocratProhibits the sale or use of leaded aviation gasoline at all airports receiving federal funds by no later than Dec. 31, 2030.Submitted
195Version 1Jayapal (WA), Schakowsky (IL)DemocratRequires the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ensure that any prime contractor or subcontractor at any level of a contract with the Federal Aviation Administration remains neutral with respect to efforts to form a labor organization. Furthermore, any prime contractor or subcontractor contracted with the FAA is required to commit not to hire employees to replace any employee engaged in any strike, picketing, or other concerted refusal to work, or to close a business in response to such a strike, picketing, or other refusal to work.Submitted
196Version 4Meuser (PA), Thompson (PA)RepublicanRevised Provides additional funding to support developing a sustainable market for commercial air service.Revised
197Version 1Meng (NY)DemocratWithdrawn Directs the GAO to conduct a study on the feasibility of expanding the eligibility for the FAA’s Sound Insulation Program to include structures outside the 65 DNL contour.Withdrawn
198Version 2Lawler (NY)RepublicanRevised Directs the GAO to conduct a study on the shortage of pilots faced by air carriers.Made in Order
199Version 1Goldman (NY), Nadler (NY), Johnson (GA), Velázquez (NY), Espaillat (NY), Pascrell (NJ)DemocratAmends the Aviation Fuel Research, Development, and Usage section of the bill to include consideration of heliport refueling infrastructure in research into safe, lead-free fuel.Submitted
200Version 1Goldman (NY), Nadler (NY), Velázquez (NY), Johnson (GA), Espaillat (NY), Clarke (NY), Pascrell (NJ), Meng (NY)DemocratRevises the bill to expand the CLEEN program’s goals to include consideration of the health impacts that fuel burn, emissions, and noise has on urban communities that are already overburdened by aircraft disturbance.Submitted
201Version 2Miller (IL)RepublicanRevised Requires a report on the Secretary of Transportation flight recordsMade in Order
202Version 3Pettersen (CO)DemocratRevised Requires the Pilot Mental Health Task Group to review protocols of allowable antidepressants for a pilot's medical certification.Made in Order
203Version 2Greene (GA), Grothman (WI)RepublicanRevised Prohibits funding from being used to promote LGBTQ initiatives and policies within the FAARevised
204Version 1Miller (IL), Grothman (WI)RepublicanRestriction on hiring or promoting of individuals based on gender, race, or protected classSubmitted
205Version 1Goldman (NY), Nadler (NY), Johnson (GA), Velázquez (NY), Espaillat (NY), Clarke (NY), Pascrell (NJ), Meng (NY)DemocratDoubles funding for the CLEEN program as it gears up for Phase IV.Submitted
206Version 2Graves (LA)RepublicanRevised Prohibits the TSA Administrator from excluding a state from participating in TSA airport checkpoint pilot and/or testing programs which support the integration of state-issued digital identification credentials unless the administrator can certify that the state's credential does not provide a sufficient level of security.Revised
207Version 1Miller (IL), Grothman (WI)RepublicanRestricts funding for diversity, equity, and inclusion officials or trainingMade in Order
208Version 1Donalds (FL)RepublicanExpresses the Sense of Congress that Congress encourages the FAA to welcome the use of drones to bolster and augment traditional manual inspection, survey, and maintenance operations (e.g. operations relating to electric transmission infrastructure, water quality and detecting harmful algal blooms, transportation infrastructure, telecommunications infrastructure, etc.)Made in Order
209Version 1Caraveo (CO)DemocratDirects the FAA Administrator to regularly collect data on the usage of emergency medical kits and the situations they are used in. The FAA Administrator would then provide a report to Congress every two years with this informationSubmitted
210Version 1Greene (GA), Grothman (WI)RepublicanRequires airlines to reinstate pilots who were fired or forced to resign because of vaccine mandatesMade in Order
211Version 2Plaskett (VI)DemocratRevised Provides for a Sense of Congress regarding the local need for an airport landfill facility on the U.S. island of St. Croix.Revised
212Version 1Swalwell (CA), Allred (TX), Barragán (CA), Brownley (CA), Cárdenas (CA), Chavez-DeRemer (OR), Craig (MN), Fitzpatrick (PA), Gallego (AZ), Garamendi (CA), Garcia (IL), Grijalva (AZ), Kildee (MI), Magaziner (RI), Molinaro (NY), Moulton (MA), Norton (DC), Schakowsky (IL), Schiff (CA), Sherman (CA), Stanton (AZ), Thompson (CA), Titus (NV), Watson Coleman (NJ), Schneider (IL), Gomez (CA), Porter (CA), Goldman (NY)Bi-PartisanRequires TSA to administer a "no-fly" list program if an individual criminally or civilly assaults a member of a flight crew.Submitted
213Version 1Johnson (SD), Gallagher (WI)RepublicanWithdrawn Requires the DOT to assess a reasonable fee on flights to or from US airports that traverse any country’s airspace when US airlines are banned from that country’s airspace.Withdrawn
214Version 1Caraveo (CO)DemocratAmends Sec. 527 to direct the FAA to review and update part 121 of title 14 every two years with regard to the contents of emergency medical kits and training required for flight crew.Submitted
215Version 1Burlison (MO), Perry (PA), Nehls (TX), Collins (GA)RepublicanThis amendment requires the FAA to conduct a study on the benefits of flight simulators to train pilots.Submitted
216Version 2Johnson (SD), Gallagher (WI)RepublicanRevised Prohibits FAA certification of any aircraft produced or developed using stolen IP or coercive economic practices.Revised
217Version 1Scott, David (GA), Williams (GA), Johnson (GA), Moulton (MA)DemocratRevises Sec. 483 to include that the airport community of interest task force shall analyze new and existing flight paths and how such flight paths may increase aircraft noise and impact affected communities.Submitted
218Version 1Kilmer (WA), LaMalfa (CA), Blumenauer (OR)Bi-PartisanRevises the expansion of AIP for resiliency improvements to include Incident Support Bases, defines natural disasters, and clarifies the full scope of AIP improvement projects for eligible airports.Made in Order
219Version 1Peltola (AK)DemocratAdds extensions needed for fuel/firefighting operations/etc. that are often pushed out as ineligible, yet very much needed to allow Alaska's aviation system to function more smoothly and allow for heavier payloads to remote locations.Made in Order
220Version 2Jayapal (WA)DemocratRevised Airport Improvement Program funds shall be made eligible for any standalone projects designed to improve energy efficiency.Revised
221Version 1Yakym (IN)RepublicanWithdrawn Adds targeted references to the FAA's UAS Beyond Visual Line of Sight ARC Final Report.Withdrawn
222Version 1DelBene (WA)DemocratExpands the Airport Improvement Program to include work necessary for constructing, reconstructing, repairing, or improving, or otherwise modifying an airport or airport facilities intended to support the airport to safely store and distribute alternative aviation fuels, such as hydrogen, sustainable aviation fuel, or unleaded aviation gas; or to enable electrification to power aircraft.Submitted
223Version 1Self (TX)RepublicanProvides a feasibility study to determine what the cost would be to harden satellites that contribute to U.S. aerospace navigation.Made in Order
224Version 1Scott, David (GA)DemocratRevises Sec. 483 (Engagement Events) to increase the number of annual events the FAA must convene to engage with aviation-impacted communities in each geographic region of the Administration from one to two.Made in Order
225Version 1Peltola (AK)DemocratThe purpose of this amendment is to establish a research and outreach center which will primarily focus on Alaska’s aviation safety issues and reside within the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Aviation Technology Division (ATD).Submitted
226Version 2González-Colón (PR)RepublicanRevised Authorizes a GAO study on air cargo operations in Puerto Rico.Made in Order
227Version 1DelBene (WA)DemocratExpands the Center of Excellence for Alternative Jet Fuels and Environment (ASCENT) to conduct research on hydrogen to increase aviation decarbonization, in addition to other research authorized to be carried out by ASCENT.Made in Order
228Version 2Jayapal (WA)DemocratRevised Requires that, in the event of a flight being delayed by 3 hours or more due to a controllable flight disruption, a carrier offer: a rebooking for the next available flight using that carrier or its partner carrier; a meal or meal voucher; a hotel room and transportation to and from the hotel; and cash compensation in an amount commensurate with the inconvenience experienced to an individual whose arrival at the final destination is delayed 3 hours or more.Revised
229Version 1Kean (NJ), Chavez-DeRemer (OR), Larson (CT)Bi-PartisanRequires the Secretary of Transportation to refine the reporting directives to provide more detailed information about the cause of a commercial passenger flight cancellation or delay, allowing greater transparency to the traveling public regarding the cause of a canceled or delayed flight.Made in Order
230Version 1Gooden (TX), Crockett (TX), Johnson (SD), Gallagher (WI)Bi-PartisanApplies equal NOTAM prohibitions to air carriers and foreign air carriers landing in or taking off from a U.S. airport from overflying Russian airspace.Made in Order
231Version 1Ramirez (IL)DemocratProvides authority to the Department of Transportation to ensure that abortion access is covered as a healthcare benefit for those working in the Department of Transportation.Submitted
232Version 1Landsman (OH)DemocratAllows all ground transportation users of the airport to be subject to the same rates, fees, etc.Submitted
233Version 1Peters (CA)DemocratWithdrawn **PLACEHOLDER** Awaiting language from Leg Counsel. Conveys PARCEL 1 and PARCEL 2 identified in the Lease Agreement between the United States of America and the San Diego Unified Port District, for public airport purposes.Withdrawn
234Version 2Huizenga (MI)RepublicanRevised Prevents Secretary of Transportation from requiring that an airport shorten or narrow their runway, apron, or taxiway as a condition for funding if the airport supports an Air Force or Air National Guard base at the airport, regardless of stationing of military aircraft.Made in Order
235Version 2Kildee (MI), Fitzpatrick (PA)Bi-PartisanRevised Expresses that the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration should ban the use of aqueous film-forming foam containing perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances at airports by October 1, 2024.Revised
236Version 1Bean (FL), Nehls (TX)RepublicanThis amendment would allow new purpose build cargo aircraft to transport cargo for compensation as part of the function and reliability testing and prior to type design approval.Submitted
237Version 1Steil (WI), Gooden (TX)RepublicanDirects the FAA to update FAA Order 7031.2C to lower the remote radar bright display scope installation requirement from 30,000 annual itinerant operations to 15,000.Made in Order
238Version 1Williams (GA), Johnson (GA), Carson (IN), Porter (CA), Scott, David (GA)DemocratExpresses support for the designation of "International Black Aviation Professionals Day".Submitted
239Version 1Beyer (VA)DemocratImproves grid resiliency at airports.Submitted
240Version 1Obernolte (CA)RepublicanAllows FAA approved high-octane unleaded aviation gasoline to be sold at airports in lieu of 100 octane low-lead aviation gasoline.Made in Order
241Version 1Williams (GA)DemocratRequires a study and report on child safety in aviationSubmitted
242Version 1Schrier (WA), Newhouse (WA)Bi-PartisanIncrease Airport Improvement Program grant cost share for non-hub and non-primary commercial airports in states with a high percentage of public lands.Submitted
243Version 1Beyer (VA), Brownley (CA)DemocratEstablishes a pilot program for hydrogen-powered aircraft.Submitted
244Version 1Ramirez (IL)DemocratThe amendment would expedite work permits by authorizing the Department of Transportation to accelerate work authorizations for asylum seekers in the aviation industry.Submitted
245Version 1Bean (FL)RepublicanThis amendment would expand eligibility to include connecting taxiways under Sec. 685. AIP Eligibility For Certain Spaceport Infrastructure.Made in Order
246Version 1Schrier (WA), Armstrong (ND), Strickland (WA), Kiggans (VA)Bi-PartisanWithdrawn Bipartisan amendment that includes provisions of the American Aviator Act to encourage and track the recruitment and retention of Veterans into the aviation workforceWithdrawn
247Version 1Gallagher (WI), Courtney (CT)Bi-PartisanAdds the text of the American Security Drone Act, which prohibits federal operation or procurement of certain foreign-made unmanned aircraft systems.Submitted
248Version 1Pettersen (CO)DemocratRequires airlines to add 988, the suicide and crisis hotline, information to seat safety cards on certain aircrafts.Submitted
249Version 5Beyer (VA)DemocratRevised Commissions study to modernize aeronautical standards.Made in Order
250Version 1Gallagher (WI)RepublicanRequires annual cybersecurity assessment and resilience plan for major air carriers.Submitted
251Version 1Hageman (WY)RepublicanIncludes language that requires the Administrator, when implementing and updating the acquisition management system, to take into account the life cycle, reliability, performance, service support, and costs to guarantee the acquisition of equipment that is of high quality and reliability resulting in greater performance and cost-related benefits for airports.Made in Order
252Version 1Wexton (VA)DemocratDirects the FAA, in collaboration with the exclusive bargaining representative of air traffic controllers, to develop and submit to Congress a plan to test and evaluate space-based ADS-B technology within U.S. airspace or international airspace delegated to the U.S. for air traffic control, air traffic flow management, search and rescue, and accident investigation.Made in Order
253Version 1Nunn (IA)RepublicanWithdrawn Requests information from FCC, NASA, Dept. of Commerce, and Attorney General regarding the national security implications of commercial satellite internet constellations, the collection of data from these satellites, and the establishment of precedent and standards to determine sovereign jurisdiction for information collected by commercial satellites while above the Earth's surface.Withdrawn
254Version 1Swalwell (CA)DemocratRequires TSA to report on improper screening complaints for breast milk and related infant nutrition products and how new technologies could improve such screenings. Also commissions GAO report on how TSA implements better screening protocols for such screenings.Submitted
255Version 1Thompson (PA), Vasquez (NM), Smucker (PA), Meuser (PA)Bi-PartisanRequires the Department of Transportation and National Academies to conduct a study on the loss of commercial air service in small communities throughout the country, and to provide recommendations on how to restore service to these communities.Made in Order
256Version 1Miller (WV), Johnson (OH), Mooney (WV), Balderson (OH), Turner (OH)RepublicanEstablishes an Appalachian Test Corridor for Advanced Air MobilitySubmitted
257Version 3Phillips (MN), Nadler (NY), Dingell (MI), DeSaulnier (CA), Meng (NY), Spanberger (VA), Blunt Rochester (DE), Kim (NJ), Dean (PA)DemocratRevised Requires medium to large sized airports that receive funding through the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) to install at least one universal changing table suitable for adults in each airport terminal in order to remain eligible for AIP funding.Revised
258Version 1Smucker (PA), Feenstra (IA), Kustoff (TN), Miller (IL), Hinson (IA), Budzinski (IL), Bishop (GA), Golden (ME), Kuster (NH), Thompson (PA), Miller-Meeks (IA), Tokuda (HI), Boebert (CO), González-Colón (PR), Bost (IL), Duarte (CA), Smith (NE), Scholten (MI)Bi-PartisanEliminates the 5% cost-sharing requirement for Essential Air Service (EAS) airports. Retains the ability of the Secretary of Transportation to determine EAS airport eligibility.Submitted
259Version 3Greene (GA)RepublicanRevised Requires the Inspector General to investigate the FAA's decision to broaden the acceptable EKG range for pilots to flyMade in Order
260Version 1Ramirez (IL)DemocratThis amendment authorizes the Department of Transportation to create a program that would provide funding for individuals who must fly to another state to get an abortion.Submitted
261Version 2Williams (GA), Lynch (MA), DelBene (WA)DemocratRevised Sets standards and increases grant funding opportunities for projects that support the production and deployment of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) or the development of low-emission aviation technologies.Revised
262Version 1Meeks (NY), D'Esposito (NY)Bi-PartisanStrikes language that eliminates prioritizing certain airports from receiving discretionary grants for noise compatibility planning programs.Submitted
263Version 2Hageman (WY)RepublicanRevised Requires the FAA to take necessary actions to provide easily accessible and streamlined non-federal weather observer training to airport personnel in that such personnel can manually provide weather observations when automated surface observing systems and automated weather observing systems experience outages and errors.Made in Order
264Version 1Manning (NC)DemocratAdds a Sense of Congress on FAA engagement with HBCUs and MSIs on aviation workforce development.Made in Order
265Version 1Williams (NY)RepublicanConducts a study of surface surveillance systems that are operational as of the date of enactment of this Act. Demonstrates that any change to the configuration of such systems or decommissioning of a sensor from such systems provides an equivalent level of safety as the current system.Made in Order
266Version 3Greene (GA), Grothman (WI)RepublicanRevised Prohibits funds from being used on diversity, equity, and inclusion within the FAARevised
267Version 2Manning (NC)DemocratRevised Requires the FAA Administrator to report to Congress on implementation of the FAA Youth Access to American Jobs in Aviation Task Force's recommendations on increasing access to information and enhancing collaboration.Made in Order
268Version 2Donalds (FL)RepublicanRevised Defines Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) as vehicles under the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing Incentive Program and sets aside certain already-authorized awards for AAM and UAS.Revised
269Version 1Hageman (WY)RepublicanRequires the Comptroller General of the United States to conduct a study on methods related to the recruitment, retention, employment, education, training, and well-being of the aviation workforce specifically within rural communities, and report the findings to Congress.Made in Order
270Version 3Beyer (VA), Bacon (NE), DeSaulnier (CA)Bi-PartisanRevised Provides paid leave to FAA employees. Allows military service to count towards 12 month time requirement for FMLA eligibility.Revised
271Version 1Meeks (NY), Meng (NY)DemocratPrioritizes emission reduction credits for airports in nonattainment area.Submitted
272Version 3Hageman (WY)RepublicanRevised Requires the Administrator to take necessary action to clarify that the maintenance of pavements serving all aeronautical facilities remains eligible for Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funding, provided that the pavement is not of exclusive use, and update the AIP handbook accordingly.Revised
273Version 1Turner (OH)RepublicanAmends defined priorities for existing advanced air mobility pilot program grant monies.Submitted
274Version 5Schweikert (AZ), Carbajal (CA), Smith (NJ)Bi-PartisanLate Revised Not later than 1 year after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Administrator shall issue final regulations modifying section 172 of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, so as to (1) designate live adult roosters as hazardous materials for purpose of air transportation and, in order to prevent the spread of avian influenza, (2) prohibit interstate and foreign air transport pursuant to Title 49, Section 5103, except for shipments individually authorized by special permit issued under Title 49, Section 5117.Revised
275Version 1Davids (KS)DemocratLate This amendment would require the U.S. Department of Transportation to add to their Airline Customer Service Dashboard a section on Fee Transparency, with a subheading for Commitments for Passenger Fee Transparency. The items listed under this subheading for self-reporting by air carriers are to be left to the determination of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation.Submitted
276Version 2Case (HI)DemocratLate Revised Directs GAO to conduct a study on grant implementation at airports in the Freely Associated States.Made in Order
277Version 1Davids (KS)DemocratLate Revises language in Section 507 to change the deadline in Section 507(2)(b) from 30 days to 60 days.Made in Order
278Version 3Jayapal (WA), Garcia (IL)DemocratLate Revised Adds requirement for airport grant applicants to take reasonable steps to accommodate airline access requests to terminals and other facilities, prioritizes federal funding for airports maintaining some minimum level of available common use gate capacity, and requires any airport serving 0.25 percent or more of the nation's annual enplanements and with more than 50 percent of passengers handled by one or two air carriers to submit lease proposals to the FAA for approval.Revised
279Version 2Higgins (LA)RepublicanLate Revised Amends the 9/11 security fee to restore funds for civil aviation security services.Revised
280Version 2Espaillat (NY)DemocratLate Revised Requires the FAA to consider vulnerabilities of in-flight wifi that may lead to the exposure of passenger data.Made in Order
281Version 1Garcia (IL), Jayapal (WA)DemocratLate Withdrawn This is placeholder text on behalf of Rep. Jayapal that will require airports to be available for public use on reasonable conditions and without unjust discrimination, require the FAA to prioritize future federal funding for airports maintaining some minimum level of available common use gate capacity, and require any airport serving 0.25 percent or more of the nation’s total annual enplanements and with more than 50 percent of passengers handled by one or two air carriers to submit any proposed lease, lease amendment, or lease extension to the FAA for advance approval.Withdrawn
282Version 1Lee (NV), Amodei (NV)Bi-PartisanLate Requires the FAA to establish a program to provide grants to covered institutions to procure drones and technology approved for use on Federal lands.Submitted
283Version 2Moylan (GU)RepublicanLate Revised This amendment would exempt Guam from the Jones Act.Revised
284Version 1Neguse (CO)DemocratLate Adds “flight training and recreational flight activity” to the list of topics the GAO will cover in this study.Submitted
285Version 1Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Remove the funding ceiling for small airport fund.Submitted
286Version 1Huffman (CA)DemocratLate Would strike the subsection creating a categorical exclusion for airport projects receiving less than $6 million in Federal funding or total estimated project cost of not more than $35,000,000.Submitted
287Version 2Huffman (CA)DemocratLate Revised Increases the Essential Air Service funding authorization.Revised
288Version 1Quigley (IL)DemocratLate Clarifies requirements of the joint DoD and FAA dynamic scheduling airspace system pilot program and requires a report to Congress on the impact of dynamic scheduling and management of special activity airspace and special use airspace.Made in Order
289Version 1Jayapal (WA)DemocratLate Directs carriers to provide, in the event of a departure delayed 3 hours or more due to a controllable flight disruption: rebooking; a meal or meal reimbursement; a hotel room and transportation to and from the hotel; and cash compensation in an amount commensurate with the inconvenience experienced to the individual.Submitted
290Version 1Brecheen (OK)RepublicanLate Withdrawn Prohibits the use of facial recognition technology at any U.S. airport for the purpose of verifying passenger identities for domestic travel.Withdrawn
291Version 2Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Revised Amends the National Priority System Formulas to include consideration for airports located near the northern or southern international land border of the U.S.Revised
292Version 3Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Revised Expands the Military Airport Program to support space exploration research and innovation projects in military communities.Revised
293Version 2Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Revised Amends the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) National Priority System Formulas to prioritize LPOE airports, military communities, and projects at small airports in economically disadvantaged communities.Revised
294Version 1Westerman (AR), Crawford (AR)RepublicanLate Clarifies that BVLOS rulemaking should ensure the safety of manned aircraft in the national airspace.Made in Order
295Version 2Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Revised Allow airports to fund vehicle acquisition projects for the purpose of providing public transit services to the airport from economically distressed areas.Revised
296Version 1Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Amends the Small Airport Fund to include a prioritization of small hub airports located near an international U.S. land border.Submitted
297Version 2Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Revised Allows for Small Airport Funds to be used for hangar expansion projects.Revised
298Version 1Van Drew (NJ), Eshoo (CA)Bi-PartisanLate Adds large UAS operators as a member of the Unmanned and Autonomous Flight Advisory Committee.Made in Order
299Version 2Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Revised Requires a GAO report on the Trusted Travelers Program to assess program efficiency, security standards, expansion, accessibility, and revocation policies.Revised
300Version 1Gooden (TX)RepublicanLate Amends the Airline Deregulation Act (ADA) to clarify that the ADA does not preempt state laws relating to state regulation of workers’ compensation insurance programs with respect to air ambulance services.Submitted
301Version 1Crow (CO), Moulton (MA)DemocratLate Clarifies that the Community Aircraft Noise Exposure Reduction requirements are not wholly pre-empted by efficiency impacts.Submitted
302Version 1Donalds (FL)RepublicanLate Directs the FAA to consult with the Made in America Office and the OMB director to evaluate the "lowest price technically acceptable" FAR Standard to determine whether this acquisition regulation has impacted the FAA's ability to procure American-made products & whether this FAR Standard has created any aviation-related national security risks.Submitted
303Version 2Cammack (FL)RepublicanLate Revised Makes catchment area analyses eligible for Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funds.Made in Order
304Version 1Castro (TX), Salazar (FL), Garcia (IL), Lee (CA), Moore (WI), Barragán (CA), Evans (PA), Norton (DC), Carson (IN)Bi-PartisanLate Requires the Department of Transportation to make publicly available the Uniform report of DBE awards commitments and payment for each airport sponsor beginning with fiscal year 2024.Made in Order
305Version 2Van Duyne (TX)RepublicanLate Revised Would expand 24/7 Customs operations at certain airportsRevised
306Version 2Boyle (PA), Fitzpatrick (PA)Bi-PartisanLate Revised Provides commercial ground transportation and parking fairness at airports.Revised
307Version 1Santos (NY)RepublicanLate Requests a GAO study on how effective the NEXTGEN program has beenSubmitted
308Version 2Case (HI)DemocratLate Revised Directs GAO to conduct a study and report to Congress on the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS).Revised
309Version 1Burlison (MO)RepublicanLate This amendment requires that in order for an air carrier to use a slot exemption made available under this Act for a flight that is a beyond the perimeter, such air carrier shall establish an equal number of new flights inside of the perimeter.Submitted
310Version 1Pressley (MA)DemocratLate Requires GAO study on transit access to airportsMade in Order
311Version 1Pressley (MA)DemocratLate Directs the Secretary of Transportation to submit a report on compliance with Civil Rights Act of 1964Submitted
312Version 1Torres (CA)DemocratLate Equipping commercial transport aircraft with ADS-B in runway traffic alerting technology that reduces the risk of collision on the runway with other traffic by providing the flight crew with both aural alerts and text alert messages.Submitted
313Version 4Massie (KY)RepublicanLate Revised This amendment Increases the maximum passenger facility charge (PFC) to $8.50, any agency with a PFC above $6.00 becomes ineligible for Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grant money. Additionally, this amendment adjusts AIP grant authorization to $3.8 billion per year.Revised
314Version 2Good (VA)RepublicanLate Revised Requires Congressional approval for any a major rule issued by FAA costing $10 million or more.Revised
315Version 1Good (VA)RepublicanLate Withdrawn Strikes Section 802.Withdrawn
316Version 1Good (VA)RepublicanLate Strikes Section 426.Submitted
317Version 1Hill (AR)RepublicanLate Requires the FAA to brief the Senate and House Committees of jurisdiction on the status of the Little Rock VORTAC relocation project.Made in Order
318Version 1Hoyle (OR), Norcross (NJ)DemocratLate This amendment would classify express carrier (ground) employees under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), which would allow these workers the option to organize individually at particular locations around the country. Currently, some of these workers are classified under the Railway Labor Act (RLA), which presents significant obstacles to organizing.Submitted
319Version 1Nadler (NY)DemocratLate Requires the FAA to prohibit certain non-essential civil rotorcraft over major cities.Submitted
320Version 1Wittman (VA), Bost (IL), Payne, Jr. (NJ), Womack (AR), Van Duyne (TX), Carson (IN)Bi-PartisanLate Would require the Secretary of Transportation to find that additional exemptions to the DCA Slot/Perimeter Rule will not reduce air transportation in areas within the perimeter, strain current capacity at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, result in meaningfully increased travel delays, and other criteria. Additional exemptions would be prohibited unless conditions are met.Submitted
321Version 2Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Revised Repeals certain tax credits relating to sustainable aviation fuel.Revised
322Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Repeals the Essential Air Service Program.Submitted
323Version 1Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Johnson (GA)DemocratLate Requires GAO to conduct a study and issue a report to Congress on consolidation in the air carrier industry.Submitted
324Version 2Torres (CA)DemocratLate Revised Equipping commercial transport aircraft with a Runway Overrun Awareness Alerting System that while airborne, provides a clear and timely alert to the flight crew if the system-calculated required landing distance exceeds the landing distance available; and after touch-down, provides a clear and timely alert to the flight crew if increased deceleration is required to bring the aircraft to a safe stop before the end of the runway.Revised
325Version 1Miller-Meeks (IA), Miller (IL)RepublicanLate Strikes provisions decreasing Essential Air Service passenger subsidy cap from $1,000 to $500.Submitted
326Version 1Feenstra (IA), Miller (IL)RepublicanLate Exempts nonhub airports from the requirement to have at least one individual who maintains certification as an emergency medical technician during air carrier operations.Made in Order
327Version 2Donalds (FL)RepublicanLate Revised Directs the Comptroller General to consult with FAA-certified airports and industry stakeholders to evaluate the airports' emergency response plans and determine whether such plans appropriately assess electricity-related considerations relating to primary power source disruption events stemming from natural disasters.Made in Order
328Version 1McClintock (CA), Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Strikes authorization for the Essential Air ServiceMade in Order
329Version 1Van Drew (NJ)RepublicanLate Assigns the Deputy Administrator for Safety and Operations a duty to promote the integration of technologies which improve safety into the national airspace system.Submitted
330Version 1Mills (FL)RepublicanLate Amends statutory weight and elevation classifications for certain drone systems to reflect current understandings and capabilities.Submitted
331Version 1Lawler (NY), Grijalva (AZ), Bergman (MI), Gottheimer (NJ), Kildee (MI), Posey (FL)Bi-PartisanLate Requires the FAA in consultation with the EPA and DoD to conduct assessments to identify perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substance contamination on the premises of all public and private airports. Additionally, agencies must develop multiple plans to minimize human exposure to these substances.Submitted
332Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Strikes sec. 1132 (CLEEN)Made in Order
333Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Reduces the authorization levels in sections 101, 103, and 1111.Made in Order
334Version 1Perry (PA), Boebert (CO)RepublicanLate Strikes sections 206 and 207 relating to N number restrictions.Made in Order
335Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Strikes section 135 creating an Aviation Noise Officer.Submitted
336Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Transfers operation of air traffic services currently provided by the FAA to a separate not-for-profit corporate entity to provide for the more efficient operation and improvement of air traffic services.Submitted
337Version 1Perry (PA), Good (VA)RepublicanLate Strikes the telework provisions in the underlying bill and applies the SHOW UP Act (HR 139) telework restrictions to the FAA.Made in Order
338Version 1Pettersen (CO)DemocratLate Adds and defines the term "overflight communities" in this Section.Submitted
339Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Strikes section 445, the Electric Aircraft Infrastructure Pilot Program.Submitted
340Version 1Van Drew (NJ)RepublicanLate Withdrawn Establishes a secure data portal that allows stakeholders to track the status of certification and operational approval applications, receive notice of deadlines and major milestones, identify the FAA office that is reviewing such applications, and submit inquiries or requests for guidance.Withdrawn
341Version 1Steube (FL)RepublicanLate Establishes a system to expedite gate passes and flight access procedures to allow caregivers, parents, and guardians to accompany minors and passengers needing assistance to their flights.Submitted
342Version 1Waltz (FL), Soto (FL)Bi-PartisanLate Requires the Federal Communications Commission to issue a final Report and Order by December 31, 2023 regarding the Commission's Rules establishing a comprehensive and coordinated approach to managing the 4.9 GHz band.Submitted
343Version 1Burgess (TX)RepublicanLate Allows the use of electronic shipping papers for air transportation of dangerous goodsMade in Order
344Version 1Perry (PA)RepublicanLate Strikes vertiport from the AIP definitions section.Made in Order
345Version 1Grothman (WI)RepublicanLate Strikes 'diversity' as a component studied and reported on by the National Academy of Sciences.Submitted
346Version 1Issa (CA)RepublicanLate Requires the FAA Administrator to make an objective, independent assessment of a NOTAM request when the request comes from outside the FAAMade in Order
347Version 1Pettersen (CO)DemocratLate Directs the Pilot Mental Health Task Force to consider implementing the recommendations from the Department of Transportation Inspector General's report on Comprehensive Evaluations of Pilots with Mental Health Challenges.Made in Order
348Version 2Grothman (WI), Houlahan (PA)Bi-PartisanLate Revised Requires FAA require at least one crewmember on board every aircraft to be trained to administer epinephrine to a passenger in the event of an allergic reaction.Revised
349Version 1Joyce (OH)RepublicanLate Inserts the text of H.R. 3974, the Securing Our Airspace from Reconnaissance Act of 2023.Submitted
350Version 1Kean (NJ), Panetta (CA)Bi-PartisanLate Directs the FAA to consult the DOD regarding powered-lift aircraft operating regulations.Made in Order
351Version 1Rouzer (NC)RepublicanLate Clarifies adoption of the Aeromedical Innovation and Modernization Working Group's findings and creates a Medical Portal Modernization Task Group, comprised of working group members, to study creating a portal for pilots to track the status of their medical application.Made in Order
352Version 1Thompson (CA)DemocratLate Requires FAA to consider latex allergies in a future rulemaking related to the safety of passengers with allergies.Submitted
353Version 3Issa (CA)RepublicanLate Revised Requires FAA to respond within 24 hours with detailed justifications of NOTAMs which impact a US boarder to inquiries from the Congressional transportation committees and Members whose districts are impacted. [Technical fixes]Revised
354Version 2Graves (MO), Larsen (WA)Bi-PartisanLate Revised Makes technical, conforming, and clarifying changes throughout the bill. Further, it incorporates new provisions and revisions based on amendments offered and withdrawn at the Transportation Committee's markup.Made in Order
355Version 3Smith (NJ), Van Drew (NJ), Harris (MD)RepublicanLate Revised Requires the President or his designee to certify offshore wind projects in the North Atlantic and Mid Atlantic Planning Area will not compromise radar or create risks to aviation and space activities. Requires the Inspector General to audit the sufficiency of the offshore wind project approval process and the consideration of parties effected by radar interference.Made in Order
356Version 2Owens (UT), Johnson (GA), McBath (GA), Gonzales, Tony (TX), Collins (GA), Edwards (NC), Moore (UT), Stewart (UT), Escobar (TX), Curtis (UT)Bi-PartisanLate Revised Protects all existing flights at Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA). This amendment adds 7 new roundtrip in-and-beyond perimeter slots to DCA split between the 7 airlines servicing the airport.Made in Order
357Version 1Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Directs the Secretary to establish the University Innovation Pilot Program to support aviation programs at universities.Submitted
358Version 2Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Revised Directs the Secretary of Transportation to support funding infrastructure improvement and expansion projects at small airports that support the operations of nearby military bases.Revised
359Version 2Escobar (TX)DemocratLate Revised Requires GAO to conduct a report on airlines' pet carrier policies.Revised
360Version 1Green (TN)RepublicanLate Strikes the bill definitions of “cyber incident” and “cyber threat” and updates them to match current US Code definitions for cybersecurity.Submitted
361Version 1Green (TN)RepublicanLate Strikes “cyber environment” as used in the bill and inserts “information system” in order to match current US Code definitions for cybersecurity mainframes.Submitted
362Version 1Green (TN)RepublicanLate Inserts “Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency” into the section on appropriate agencies that can help coordinate national airspace cybersecurity systems.Submitted
363Version 1Green (TN)RepublicanLate Mandates that the Civil Aviation Cybersecurity Committee shall add a China-specific section to their report; investigating China-based technology companies that pose a threat to US aviation cybersecurity.Submitted
364Version 1Burchett (TN)RepublicanLate Requires the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration to disclose any occurrences in which commercial pilots witness unknown objects in flight and whether unidentified aerial object encounters have ever disrupted, interfered, or interacted with flight instruments.Submitted
365Version 1Houlahan (PA), Gallagher (WI)Bi-PartisanLate Reauthorizes existing authorities for the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Justice to counter threats from drones. Also expands authorizations to the Transportation Security Administration to counter these threats, expands protections to critical infrastructure, allows state and local law enforcement to coordinate counter drone threat activities with the federal government, and requires DHS to maintain a datebase of drone-related incidents.Submitted
366Version 1Scholten (MI)DemocratLate This provision would direct FAA project managers to examine the long-term net benefit of using resilient and sustainable products for concrete construction/rehabilitation of airport runways, taxiways, aprons, parking garages and more.Submitted
367Version 2Boebert (CO)RepublicanLate Revised Prevents funds for the FAA's Green New Deal Aviation Climate Action Plan.Revised
368Version 2Boebert (CO)RepublicanLate Revised Prevents Secretary Buttigieg and other agency officials from using taxpayer dollars to fly on private jets or fly first class.Revised
369Version 2Boebert (CO)RepublicanLate Revised Prohibits funds for carrying out the FAA's woke memorandum which changed the NOTAM acronym from Notice to Airmen to Notice to Air Missions.Revised
370Version 2Boebert (CO)RepublicanLate Revised Prohibits funds for the FAA's Sustainable Aviation Fuel Grand Challenge.Revised
371Version 1Lee (PA)DemocratLate To direct the Administrator of the FAA, in consultation with the heads of other appropriate federal agencies to review the ethical implications of the utilization of artificial intelligence and machine learning in aviation applications to prevent an exacerbation of proven discriminatory effects of marginalized communities and other protected groups based on race, age, and genderSubmitted
372Version 1Boebert (CO)RepublicanLate Requires the report on future electric grid resiliency in the underlying bill to also be made available to the American people on a public website.Made in Order
373Version 1Carter (LA)DemocratLate Expanding Use of Innovative Technologies in the Gulf of MexicoSubmitted
374Version 1Boebert (CO)RepublicanLate Requires the report on telework in the underlying bill to also be made available to the American people on a public website.Made in Order
375Version 1Buchanan (FL)RepublicanLate Requires the Comptroller General of the United States to conduct a study into raising the retirement age of air traffic controllers.Made in Order
376Version 1Arrington (TX)RepublicanLate Designates the Texas and New Mexico portions of the future Interstate-designated segments of the Port-to-Plains Corridor as Interstate Route 27.Submitted
377Version 1D'Esposito (NY)RepublicanLate This amendment would prohibit the FAA from authorizing the use of airport space to house undocumented migrants.Submitted
378Version 1Jackson Lee (TX)DemocratLate Striking section 328 and replacing with a request for a work group and task force on mental health in the FAA, and a report on both.Submitted