The US House of Representatives has passed an extension of FAA’s authorization to Sept. 30, 2017, as lawmakers scramble to avoid a lapse in the agency’s authority. The extension under which FAA is currently operating ends July 15. The bill extending the agency’s authorization for more than 14 months passed the House late July 11 without objection via a voice vote, and now moves to the Senate, which is expected to quickly pass the legislation and send it President Barack ...

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