The Bush Administration's proposed budget for FAA in fiscal 2006 would sharply increase the amount of money from the Airport and Airway Trust Fund used to cover FAA's costs and would reduce spending significantly for the Airport Improvement Program. The proposal also would trim Facilities and Equipment spending below authorized levels. Overall, FAA spending would decrease about one percent from the current year's level, according to Transportation Department and FAA officials, a ...
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