AOPA praises Senate, House for giving FAA flexibility on spending cuts

04/26/2013

AOPA praised Congress today for passing legislation that would give the Federal Aviation Administration the flexibility to make more measured decisions about spending cuts, including staffing and contract towers. "Through their strong support for this measure, both the House and Senate have made it clear that the safety and efficiency of our aviation system is a priority," said AOPA President Craig Fuller. "All of us who fly are grateful for their efforts." AOPA Online.

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