Imminent government-wide budget cuts could significantly hinder the FAA’s five-year capital investment plan, which maps out National Airspace System modernization projects, including NextGen, claims a new report from Democrats on the U.S. House Appropriations Committee. The FAA’s overall budget could be reduced by $1 billion if the sequestration cuts go into effect March 1. According to the report, this is likely to adversely affect a capital investment plan that already has been ...


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