With the Sept. 30 deadline to continue funding authorization for the FAA quickly approaching, Congress needs to pass at least a six-month funding extension to keep the agency running and not derail progress on modernizing the air traffic control system, wrote AOPA President and CEO Mark Baker, along with the heads of the Experimental Aircraft Association, General Aviation Manufacturers Association, Helicopter Association International, National Air Transportation Association, and National Business Aviation Association, in letters sent Sept. 14 to the leaders of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation as well as the House Committee on Transportation.

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