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AOPA President Phil Boyer says FAA got it wrong when it blamed general aviation growth for the agency's higher workload
AOPA President Phil Boyer says FAA got it wrong in its new Aerospace Forecasts when it said the growth of general aviation is driving the agency's workload. According to Boyer, FAA said at its Commercial Aviation Forecast Conference the commercial segment is growing much faster and is putting pressure on the air traffic control system.