House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee leadership introduced a five-year FAA reauthorization bill April 13—a bipartisan proposal that leaves efforts to reform the air traffic control system behind, focusing instead on stabilizing the agency with consistent funding. The bill includes proposed funding for FAA’s Operations account that ranges from $10.4 billion in fiscal year 2019 to $11.3 billion in FY2023. Funding for Facilities & Equipment (F&E) would be just ...

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