US airports are disappointed Congress opted not to increase funds they receive for infrastructure construction in the FAA reauthorization bill, putting pressure on them to generate funds to shore up facilities during record passenger demand. “When you look at the final bill, we ended up with a status quo approach,” American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) EVP-government and public affairs Joel Bacon said. “This bill does not represent ...

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