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Senate Advances FAA Reauthorization Legislation With Passage of Bill

27 April 2016

Hogan Lovells

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization legislation took a major step forward on April 19 as the Senate overwhelmingly passed its bill 95-3. Although it is only an 18-month bill (the measure authorizes FAA programs until Sept. 30, 2017), the bill includes many reforms that impact airlines, airports, aircraft manufacturers, unmanned aircraft systems manufacturers and operators, and airline passengers.

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