US Congress last week passed an extension of FAA funding to July 3. The agency has operated via a series of temporary extensions passed by Congress since its authorization officially expired on Sept. 30, 2007, and the most recent extension was set to expire April 30. Both the House of Representatives and Senate have passed a version of FAA reauthorization legislation but the bills contain major differences that negotiators from the two chambers are trying to reconcile in a conference ...

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