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GAO, DOT IG QUESTION FAA ABILITY TO KEEP UP WITH VLJ/UAV POPULATIONS
The Transportation Inspector General and the Government Accountability Office fear the Federal Aviation Administration's inspector and controller work forces will have trouble keeping up with the emerging breed of Very Light Jets (VLJs) and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). In testimony submitted to the House aviation subcommittee last week, Gerald Dillingham, director of physical infrastructure issues for the GAO, said "the changing aviation landscape poses further challenges for FAA."