WASHINGTON—The U.S. House Appropriations Committee has approved legislation granting $17.7 billion to FAA in fiscal 2020, advancing the bill to the full chamber where it is due to be taken up later in June. The measure was approved mostly along party lines in a 29-21 vote, with many Republicans seeking reductions in spending elsewhere. The $17.7 billion earmarked for FAA is roughly $267 million more than the enacted 2019 level and $614 million more than the administration’s ...

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