Air groups turn up heat

May 1997
Traffic World;05/05/97, Vol. 250 Issue 5, p33
Trade Publication
Reports that a third of the US Senate has signed a letter calling on the Senate Appropriations Committee to increase government spending on airports. US Department of Transportation's (DOT) proposed budget cuts for the Airport Improvement Program.


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