The White House is projecting that the balance of the user-funded Airport and Airway Trust Fund will grow steadily over the next decade even as the Obama administration pushes to have it pay for nearly all of FAA’s activities. The White House’s budget documents lay out a road map to wean FAA from general-fund contributions. The administration’s fiscal 2015 budget request would have the trust fund cover 93% of FAA’s operations, in addition to covering the Airport Improvement Program, its ...

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