The National Air Transportation Association is reaching into the airline industry for a successor to longtime President James Coyne, announcing last week (July 24) that Thomas Hendricks will take the helm beginning Sept. 1. Hendricks most recently was senior vice president, safety security and operations of Airlines for America, responsible for technical and operational functions, as well as advocacy and policy positions on flight operations, safety, engineering, air traffic management ...

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