US House and Senate Committee leaders have reached a final agreement on multi-year legislation to reauthorize the FAA, capping a three-year battle between Republicans and Democrats that many industry observers expected would culminate in another short-term extension for the agency. The announcement of the new deal came Sept. 22, after close to two weeks spent by the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee preparing ...

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