The US Congress has voted to extend FAA’s authorization for six months, averting a disruption when the agency’s current authority expires Sept. 30. Despite more than a year of talk about a “transformational” FAA reauthorization bill, legislation to renew the agency’s authorization on a long-term basis was never introduced in either the House of Representatives or the Senate. With the authorization deadline bearing down, first the Senate and then the House ...

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