FAA is poised to take steep cuts under the House version of the fiscal 2014 transportation funding bill, but air traffic controller salaries and the contract tower program would be protected. The House transportation, housing and urban development appropriations subcommittee on June 19 approved a fiscal 2014 funding bill that would provide FAA with $11.8 billion (not including Airport Improvement Program, or AIP, funding), $756 million below the current fiscal year and $103.3 million ...

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