US House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee last week approved a new FAA reauthorization bill that would provide $70 billion in funding for the agency through 2012 and includes a controversial amendment requiring the US Dept. of Transportation to renew airline alliances' antitrust immunity every three years. The bill also calls for ATC to continue to be funded largely by airline ticket taxes rather than user fees that would force business aviation to provide more ...

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