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Entries in Government Shutdown (6)

Friday
Feb082019

NBAA Supports Bill to Continue FAA Funding in Event of Government Shutdown

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) welcomed legislation to continue funding the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) during a government shutdown.

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Wednesday
Jan162019

Government Shutdown Status & Effects on Industry

This shutdown, the longest funding gap in United States history, is resulting in essential government workers, including Air Traffic Controllers and TSA agents, being required to work without pay.

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Tuesday
Jan152019

Government Shutdown Continues – FY2019 Transportation Funding Passes House

As the ongoing government shutdown approaches its fourth week, Congress and President Trump are at an impasse over funding for border security, halting progress for FY2019 funding for numerous departments, including the Department of Transportation (DOT).

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Thursday
Jan102019

NATA and Aviation Industry Urge President and Congressional Leadership to End Government Shutdown

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) and numerous aviation groups sent a joint letter to President Trump and Congressional leaders outlining the negative effects of the government shutdown on the industry, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

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Thursday
Jan102019

NBAA Joins More Than 30 Aviation Groups Urging End to Shutdown

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has joined more than 30 aviation industry groups and unions in urging the federal government to end the partial government shutdown, citing its harmful effects on the industry.

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Tuesday
Jan082019

Government Shutdown Enters Third Week – General Aviation Feeling Effects

The general aviation community is beginning to feel the effects of the shutdown, with numerous reports of failed attempts to obtain ferry permits or add aircraft.

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