The US aviation industry welcomed news that Congress and the White House have struck an agreement to reopen the government for three weeks, while expressing disappointment that the temporary truce will not be enough to provide stability to government workers who have gone over a month without receiving their paychecks. The deal struck between President Donald Trump and Congressional leaders Jan. 25 will pave the way for Congress to pass a continuing resolution that will give the two sides ...

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