Thirty House lawmakers signed a letter urging FAA to reverse course on its air traffic control charges for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis., stepping up the political pressure on the agency as the event was set to open July 29. The bipartisan letter, which included the signatures of a number of House GA Caucus members, follows a similar letter sent by 28 senators in June. The House lawmakers told FAA Administrator Michael Huerta that they were “greatly ...
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