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Fly America Act and Open Skies Agreements
Flying from the USA to a foreign country on federal funds?
Are you travelingto an EuropeanUnioncountry?
Are you travelingto Australia?
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
You may fly on a U.S. flag airline or European Union (EU) airline. For the list of EU Countries, checkhere:
Does the government have a published airfare rate for my travel route? Check here:http://cpsearch.fas.gsa.gov/If yes, you must fly a U.S. flag airline.If no, you may fly a U.S. flag airline or Australian airline.
You must fly on a U.S. flag airline unless you qualify for an exemption as noted in theFly America Act.
Traveling to otherforeign countries?
Are you travelingto Switzerland?
No
Yes
Does the government have a published airfare rate for my travel route? Check here:http://cpsearch.fas.gsa.gov/If yes, you must fly a U.S. flag airline.If no, you may fly a U.S. flag airline or Japan airline.
Yes
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Are you travelingto Japan?
No
Does the government have a published airfare rate for my travel route? Check here:http://cpsearch.fas.gsa.gov/If yes, you must fly a U.S. flag airline.If no, you may fly a U.S. flag airline, Swiss Airline or EU airline.
Yes
Yes
Are you traveling to a foreign country funded by the Secretary of Defense (DOD) or Secretary of a military department such as the Air Force,Army or Navy?
You are not permitted to take advantage of theOpen Sky Agreements.You must fly on a U.S. flag airline unless you qualify for an exemption as noted in theFly America Act.
No

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