By Linda Chiem (October 3, 2018, 7:11 PM EDT) -- Congress' swift passage of a five-year reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration advances meaningful infrastructure investment, embraces aviation safety reforms and expands the government's playbook for integrating drones, industry observers say.
House and Senate lawmakers made quick work of a more than 1,200-page bill that tackles traveler and consumer protections, drone oversight and airport upgrades and expands on top-flight issues addressed in FAA reauthorization legislation of the past several years. After the House advanced the bill last week, the Senate approved it Wednesday, sending it to the White House for the president's approval.
Not only is the sprawling package the first...
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