FAA Accounts Skimmed In Weeklong Spending Bill

The government may have avoided a shutdown last week, but the FAA didn’t escape cuts. Congress on Friday passed a final one-week spending bill that clipped another $2 billion out of the federal budget, and the FAA gave up $8.7 million from its facilities and equipment accounts, of which $3.5 million...

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