NextGen satellite-based air traffic management could lose at least $234 million if House Republican appropriators have their way with a belated 2011 spending bill revealed last week. It is igniting widespread opposition across the aviation sector. Groups representing airlines to general aviation, and air traffic controllers to airports—entities not afraid to throw each other’s programs under the bus—appear to be standing united in telling the House subcommittee on aviation that any delays in ...
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