The aviation industry faces the "almost certain prospect that public funding will fall short of what we need," and this "could significantly constrain the future growth of the industry," FAA Administrator David Hinson warned Wednesday at FAA's 21st Annual Commercial Aviation Forecast Conference in Washington, D.C. "Aviation can grow only if the infrastructure is in place to accommodate that growth," he said, but FAA is coping with a budget that is $600 million smaller than it was three ...
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