Babbitt stresses savings in lobbying for NextGen

By saving "a billion gallons of fuel a year," the NextGen air-traffic control system will pay for itself within a couple of years, FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt told a Senate panel on Thursday. In pressing lawmakers to speed up funding, Babbitt acknowledged his agency had probably failed to "make the business case" for the massive overhaul.

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