Daytona Beach International Airport in Daytona Beach, Fla., opened a testing site on Monday for the latest NextGen technology at its Federal Aviation Administration center. The airport is one of three locations in the U.S. serving as a NextGen testing site. "This facility is all about innovation," said FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt. "The $22 million of federal funds appropriated for this test bed is probably one of the wisest investments we've made in a long time."
Florida airport opens FAA NextGen testing site
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