FAA Shutdown Halts Airport Projects, Threatens AIP Funding

The partial shutdown of the FAA, due to Congress’s failure to extend a reauthorization bill, has expanded into stop-work orders on airport construction and is threatening plans to spend $2.5 billion of Airport Improvement Program (AIP) money on expansion projects, including the Next Generation air...

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