General aviation groups welcome the confirmation of Michael Huerta as the next FAA administrator, saying permanent leadership at the agency’s helm is particularly important as FAA must tackle key environmental, certification and NextGen issues while operating under the threat of substantial budget cuts. Confirmation of Huerta, who has been serving as acting administrator for more than a year, came during an unusual New Year’s Day session in the Senate. President Barack Obama announced ...


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