House Passes FAA Reauthorization Bill
U.S. House passes the “Securing Growth and Robust Leadership in American Aviation Act” in 351-69 vote.
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The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a 5 year FAA Reauthorization Bill. H.R. 3935, “Securing Growth and Robust Leadership in American Aviation Act” passed in a bipartisan 351-69 vote.
The Bill passed the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee in June. Several controversial aspects of that proposal, including the expansion of flights serviced at Washington D.C.’s Ronald Reagan International Airport, were eliminated before the final vote.
The Act will now pass to the Senate. The Senate is considering their own version of the bill, S. 1939.
The current FAA Reauthorization will expire September 30. Before that date, Congress must either pass the 2023 Reauthorization, or pass an extension of the current bill, to keep the FAA operating.
FAA Reauthorization includes many details related to airport…