The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee begins consideration today of a multiyear Federal Aviation Administration bill that would authorize $16.2 billion for bond-related airport grants.

The nearly $70 billion total package would replace a series of stopgap measures that have kept the FAA afloat during the past 18 months, after lawmakers failed to reach compromise on new authorization legislation.

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