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Statement of Woodie Woodward, Associate Administrator for Airports, Federal Aviation Administration, Before the Senate Subcommittee on Aviation Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, State of Nations Airports February 25, 2003

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Title: Statement of Woodie Woodward, Associate Administrator for Airports, Federal Aviation Administration, Before the Senate Subcommittee on Aviation Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, State of Nations Airports February 25, 2003  
Author: Federal Aviation Administration
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Language: English
Subject: Aviation, Federal Aviation Administration Command Center (U.S.), Mechanical engineering.
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Administration, F. A. (n.d.). Statement of Woodie Woodward, Associate Administrator for Airports, Federal Aviation Administration, Before the Senate Subcommittee on Aviation Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, State of Nations Airports February 25, 2003. Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.org/


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Excerpt: It is a pleasure to be here today to testify on the state of the Nation?s airports and the important role the Federal Aviation Administration?s (FAA) Airport Improvement Program (AIP) plays in airport development. I commend the Committee for scheduling this hearing because of the critical role airports play in our Nation?s air transportation system. There has been a lot of attention paid to how air carriers are coping with the post-September 11th environment and the current economic situation--justifiably so. But it is of equal importance to examine the outlook for our country?s airports. Airports are faced with meeting both pre-September 11th capacity challenges and post-September 11th security challenges. I must commend the airport community for how they?ve responded. Following September 11th, they did everything in their financial power to minimize their operating and maintenance costs, including imposing hiring freezes, reallocating staff, restructuring or refinancing debt, and considering raising discretionary charges. As a group, airports continue to take the necessary steps to improve security and their cash flow.

 

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