WHILE MOST OF the Washington, D.C.-based aviation associations signed a letter urging the Senate to act on a long-term FAA reauthorization bill, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association decided against joining the coalition. AOPA said it wanted to "avoid any confusion" about its support for the House-passed bill, H.R.2881, for reauthorization. The House bill would keep the current aviation financing system intact, but the version passed by the Senate Commerce Committee, S.1300, would ...

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