The U.S. House of Representatives is set to consider the FY2024 funding package, including a $20.28 billion budget for the FAA, according to AIN Online

Following a short-term funding extension until March 8, narrowly avoiding a shutdown, the House now moves to finalize appropriations. This budget includes a $1.25 billion increase from FY2023, supporting the hiring of 1,800 air traffic controllers, with funding primarily sourced from the Airport and Airway Trust Fund.