US President Donald Trump on Oct. 5 signed a bill into law to reauthorize the FAA until 2023, marking the first long-term reauthorization for the agency since late 2015 and its longest since 1982. News of the passage of H.R. 302 was met with praise from aviation stakeholders, although groups including airports, airlines and pilots have registered complaints about certain items included in, and missing from, the new law. “With President Trump’s signature, the FAA Reauthorization ...

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