Acting FAA administrator Dan Elwell said he wants to see funding reform from US Congress, adding that the current practice of appropriating through continuing resolutions complicates planning and budgetary efforts at the agency. His remarks came during a Nov. 5 speech at the Aero Club of Washington DC. The acting administrator, while offering praise for the passage of a five-year bill to reauthorize the FAA, said the agency still needs a proper long-term funding bill to ensure maximum ...

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