Airport industry groups already are looking ahead to fiscal 2004, when current funding rules passed under AIR-21 expire, according to a top industry lobbyist. Todd Hauptli, senior vice president for legislative affairs for the American Association of Airport Executives and Airports Council International-North America, said that everyone should expect "another hard battle between appropriators and authorizers" over funding levels and spending guarantees. In Congress, members of ...


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