The US House Appropriations transportation subcommittee is seeking to send $17.7 billion to FAA in FY2020, $267 million more than the 2019 enacted level and $614 million above the Trump administration’s budget request. Within the subcommittee’s proposed $10.6 billion operations budget for the agency, roughly $7.8 billion would go toward the Air Traffic Organization, $1.6 billion toward aviation safety activities, $61 million for NextGen planning, $114 million for security and ...

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