The US Senate late Thursday passed a two-year, $34.5 billion FAA reauthorization bill by an 87-8 vote, and now waits on the House of Representatives to act on the proposed four-year, $59.7 billion bill approved by the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on Wednesday (ATW Daily News, Feb. 18). Both the Senate and House are endeavoring to reach a consensus on and pass unified FAA reauthorization legislation to be sent to President Barack Obama for signature into law before ...

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