Thanks to U.S. President Donald Trump and Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa.), the idea of spinning off air traffic services from the FAA’s safety and regulatory roles has moved back to the front burner in Washington. On June 5, Trump leaned in with a high-profile endorsement of the concept. The House and Senate transportation committees followed up quickly with hearings. There is little that is controversial about the idea of creating an independent, user-financed, nonprofit organization to ...


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