Small airports would see a decline in their Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grant money in fiscal 2014 under the Obama administration’s budget proposal, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta acknowledged in testimony before Congress April 18. But Huerta says he is confident that those airports would get enough discretionary funding to make up the difference. In its fiscal 2014 budget, the administration is proposing to cut the AIP budget by $450 million to $2.9 billio. Some $2.75 ...
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