Acting FAA administrator Dan Elwell said the agency faces an “unprecedented challenge” implementing the multi-year FAA reauthorization act passed by the US Congress in October, adding that the comprehensive bill “contained everything that everyone and anyone ever wanted to do with the FAA and the aviation system.” His remarks came during a panel at a legislative summit co-hosted by the Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) and the American Association ...

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