GA Industry Faces Economic Slowdown, FAA ‘Bureaucracy’

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
Planes taxi for takeoff at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.
Credit: Bill Carey
WASHINGTON—An FAA in transition is creating drag on the general aviation (GA) industry as it also faces economic headwinds, association executives told the House Aviation Subcommittee July 13. During a state-of-the-industry hearing before the subcommittee, association heads said supply-chain...

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