– A leading airport industry group is urging Congress to move more quickly to pass an FAA reauthorization bill, but it appears the Senate will not vote on its version until mid-October at the earliest, and a short-term extension may be passed in the interim. The Senate Commerce Committee approved an FAA bill in July, although it has yet to go to the Senate floor. The committee is now hoping for a floor vote in about six to eight weeks. The holdup is the Finance Committee, which must add ...
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