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- abbr. Federal Aviation Administration
- abbr. free of all average
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- Federal Aviation Administration
- (law) Federal Arbitration Act (9 USC 1)
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- n. an agency in the Department of Transportation that is responsible for the safety of civilian aviation
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Aviation Career Education Academy Program FAA ACE Academy www. faa.gov ACE Academies are summer educational programs for middle and high school students that can last from one day to one week and are co-sponsored by FAA along with many other organizations.
In a reply last Friday, Mr. Porcari disputed the inspector general's findings and defended what he called the FAA's "rigorous, risk-based approach for overseeing grant recipients."
In accordance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations and FAA Order 1050. 1E, Change 1, the FAA is announcing the availability of the ROD for the Spaceport America Commercial Launch Site, Sierra County, New Mexico.
According to people familiar with the situation, the FAA is close to proposing a multimillion penalty against American for failing to properly secure wiring in its large fleet of MD-80 series aircraft.
The root of the dispute is a labor provision in a long-term FAA funding bill passed by the House in April.
Senate Democrats, who passed their own long-term FAA funding bill in February without the labor provision, have insisted that the labor issue be removed from any final bill.
House and Senate leaders alike, however, have signaled they are prepared to fight over the same controversial FAA issues, as part of the debate for any long-term FAA spending bill.
On Monday, Coburn had threatened to block new short-term FAA and highway funding extensions in the Senate; the House passed its version of the short-term extensions on Tuesday.
That changed in July when EAS was targeted for cuts by House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman John Mica, R-Fla., in a short-term FAA extension that was due to run out Friday at midnight.
They all ended up being fired, and 29 years later, the FAA is STILL using the same outdated equipment.