Debate over a potential $1 trillion government-wide budget reduction next year has largely focused on the defense industry. But during congressional testimony last week, the acting director of the Office of Management and Budget, raised new questions when he said the FAA’s operations division could be in line for “significant” reductions under the penalty known as sequestration. Depending on how the reductions would be implemented, they have the potential to draw the aviation industry ...
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