Proponents of privatizing U.S. air traffic management, chiefly airlines (except Delta Air Lines) and their lobbying group, continue to aggressively push Congress to turn over the air traffic control (ATC) system to an “advisory board” whose single largest voting bloc under recent proposals would be representatives of the airline industry. Supporters of privatization or “corporatization” of ATC articulate no specific user cost, operational performance or logistics ...

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