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The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on
Transportation and Infrastructure approved a 60-day extension for Federal
Aviation Administration funding as Congress works toward a longer-term
The committee in February approved a four-year FAA
reauthorization. Set to run through May 31, the extension will allow other
House committees to consider "their portions" of the reauthorization
bill, according to Transportation Committee chairman John Mica (R-Fla.).
"Since the earliest the House can take up that bill is
the final week of this month, this extension is necessary to ensure aviation
programs do not lapse," Mica said.
Noting that the U.S. Senate already approved a version of an FAA reauthorization bill, aviation subcommittee chairman Tom Petri (R-Wis.)
added, "this should be our final extension."
FAA funding now has been extended 18 times since the last
reauthorization technically expired in 2007.