Does being issued a visual approach clearance supersede speed instructions from ATC under FAA rules?
Here's an example. Let's assume an aircraft is being vectored for landing at a large class B airspace airport like KATL and has been instructed to maintain 210 knots. About 5 miles from the final approach fix on the ILS the aircraft is cleared for the visual approach. Does the visual approach clearance supersede the instruction to maintain 210 knots?
This is assuming the visual approach clearance didn't include an additional speed instruction along with it.
Please include the regulation or FAA-published guidance.