Funding for the FAA mostly kept pace in president Donald Trump’s budget proposal for FY 2020, even while non-defense spending elsewhere saw significant reductions.   The Department of Transportation (DOT), for example, saw a full 20% reduction in its discretionary spending levels from FY 2019, while FAA’s funding was mostly stable, coming in just 2% lower at $17.1 billion, down from $17.5 billion enacted in FY 2019.   The draft budget request includes $10.3 ...

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