FAA funding would decline under DOT proposal

02/6/2008 | Air Transport World

Funding for the FAA would decline under the fiscal 2009 budget request proposed by the DOT. The request of $14.6 billion is down from the $14.9 billion budget enacted in fiscal 2008. The FAA said it wants to spend $688 million in fiscal 2009 to develop a new satellite-based air traffic control system, up from $212 million it plans to invest in fiscal 2008.

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