House lawmakers are calling on the FAA to preserve airspace safety and efficiency as it develops a regulation to simplify launch and re-entry requirements for commercial space operators. In a Nov. 22 letter to FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson, the bipartisan leadership of the House Transportation Committee weighs in as the agency promulgates the Streamlined Launch and Re-entry Licensing Requirements regulation. The agency is reviewing responses to a notice of proposed rulemaking it issued ...

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