FAA’s overall budget would fare better under a Senate bill that sets aside $15.9 billion for the agency in fiscal 2015. The budget is included in the fiscal 2015 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (THUD) appropriations bill that passed the Senate THUD Appropriations subcommittee on June 3. The full Appropriations Committee is set to consider the bill on May 5. The $15.9 billion is $126 million above the agency’s budget this year and $580 million more than the White ...
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