The U.S. House of Representatives’ Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is focused on building a 21st century infrastructure for America. The U.S. is stuck with policies and processes developed in the 20th century, and witnesses from the business world warn that unless we act, American competitiveness and economic standing will lag behind more forward-thinking countries. This is particularly true for aviation. A failure to update the U.S. aviation system threatens our ...


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