Foxx: US ‘infrastructure deficit’ partly owing to ‘historically low’ FAA funding levels

Credit: Courtesy, DOT
The head of the US Department of Transportation (DOT) said Tuesday the country is “facing an infrastructure deficit” that could have negative consequences for commercial aviation. Speaking to the Aero Club of Washington DC, US transportation secretary Anthony Foxx pointed out that civil aviation...

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