At Aviation Week’s recent “NextGen Ahead 2010” conference in Washington, Clay Jones, the chairman, president and CEO of avionics supplier Rockwell Collins, warned that a fiscally constrained U.S. government will not have the will to fully fund modernization of the air traffic control system. He also unveiled a proposal to keep the NextGen project from withering. Shortly before his speech, Jones outlined his plan to Aviation Week editors in a wide-ranging discussion that also touched on the ...

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