The partial shutdown at FAA is likely to delay several major airspace-modernization and safety initiatives, including implementation of new approach procedures at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and the roll-out of taxiway-landing warning systems at major US airports. The shutdown forced FAA to cancel a key meeting with dozens of stakeholders that was meant to serve as a final approval of new procedures for triple-simultaneous approaches at IAD in instrument ...

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