FAA Is Far Behind Schedule On Host Of Key Airline Directives

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One year after the signing into law of a landmark, five-year FAA reauthorization bill, U.S. lawmakers and industry groups are are at odds with the FAA over the agency’s lack of progress on key directives with hard deadlines that Congress spelled out in the legislation. Despite few completed tasks it...

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