Nearly a month after the 16-day government shutdown ended, FAA has made strides in working through its Aircraft and Airmen Registry backlogs and has agreed to provide some operational leeway with oversight and training deadlines. But the agency is still catching up on an already strained certification workload. The White House on Nov. 7 released a report called the Impacts and Costs of the October 2013 Federal Government Shutdown, finding the disruption cost anywhere between $2 ...


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