The Trump administration rolled out a fiscal 2019 federal budget on Feb. 12 that seeks $16.1 billion for the FAA, $292 million less than its previous appropriated level, while resuming the effort to break out the agency’s air traffic control (ATC) function into a separate entity.  The proposed budget seeks $952 million for the FAA’s NextGen program portfolio, which would drop the long-running ATC modernization effort below the billion-dollar annual spending level of the ...

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