A slew of agricultural, rural and general aviation users told U.S. lawmakers April 6 that privatizing domestic air traffic control (ATC) management could harm them. “Rural communities, agriculture and small businesses stand to lose the most under a privatized system, where there would be no congressional oversight to ensure that all stakeholders and communities have access to air transportation,” the groups said in a joint letter to leading aviation policymakers in ...

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