FAA advisory group recommends top priorities for funding

An advisory group for the Federal Aviation Administration recommended focusing on navigation and runway procedures that do not require significant investment from airlines. "In a difficult budget environment, it is important to prioritize and move forward with programs" that use equipment already installed "to provide immediate benefits to the flying public and reduce fuel burn," said a spokeswoman for Airlines for America.

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