The FAA says the continuing failure of the U.S. Congress to pass a reauthorization bill is undermining confidence in the administration's ability to execute the Next Generation air traffic modernization plan. Pressing for immediate action, FAA Acting Administrator Michael Huerta says the hiatus “creates a climate of uncertainty.” The FAA is in its fourth year of operating under temporary funding, with Congress having passed more than 20 extensions in lieu of a full reauthorization bill. ...
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