FAA Reauthorization Debate Morphs Into Healthcare

February 1, 2011 by Craig Fuller

The discussion of legislation introduced to Reauthorize the FAA budget lasted less than an hour before an amendment was offered to repeal elements of the Federal Healthcare program enacted last year.  Only in Washington…stay tuned.

One Response to “FAA Reauthorization Debate Morphs Into Healthcare”

  1. Unhappy Cirrus Owner Says:

    ** Attention Cirrus Owners ** Whatever you do DONT let your plane get into a repair situation with a Cirrus – The Factory is weeks and weeks behind, engineers are quitting, and getting the engineering data needed to fix something as small as a 2 x 4 inch repair on the fuselage will take MONTHS alone! – I have been without my plane for 3 months and 5 days, every time I inquire about my repair the Cirrus Service Center tells me its 3 more weeks. I have heard this for 3 months and I recommend strongly against the company. The plane is great but god forbid you need support or service, because you will be left hanging.

    I should of bought a Cessna Corvallis TT

    Very unhappy Cirrus owner.

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