FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt fears that funding levels in the House reauthorization bill “would degrade the safe and efficient movement of air traffic today and in the future.” Also speaking during the Chamber’s Aviation Summit last week, Babbitt stressed as budgets tighten, “we will prioritize even more as we go forward. We will carefully choose and deliver the technologies and programs that will most help us improve safety and efficiency.” FAA will review and restructure projects as ...
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