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FAA bill delayed over DCA flights

Over on the Dr. Gridlock blog, Derek Kravitz reports that a funding bill for the Federal Aviation Administration, stalled in Congress, was put off again Friday morning, avoiding once more the question of whether Reagan National Airport should accommodate more long-haul flights.

The 60-day extension is the 14th since the last FAA authorization bill expired in 2007.

Read the full post on Dr. Gridlock.

By Washington Post Editors  |  July 30, 2010; 4:00 PM ET
 
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