House and Senate leaders this month have begun to lay the ground work for developing a new comprehensive aviation bill that will authorize FAA funding programs beyond fiscal 2003 and likely cover a host of issues such as security and environmental streamlining. The last authorization bill, AIR-21, was considered landmark legislation because it dramatically boosted FAA funding levels, and essentially guaranteed that revenues channeled into the Airport and Airways Trust Fund would be used ...


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