House appropriators on May 7 are expected to consider a fiscal 2015 budget for FAA that provides $446 million more than the White House request, rejects the Obama administration’s call for new user fees and fully funds the contract tower program. At the same time, however, the House proposal would still be $7.3 million less than this year’s total budget. The bill would provide $852.4 million for NextGen, above the White House request but still below the $901 million level this ...


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