The campaign to remove air traffic control (ATC) responsibilities from the FAA and create a private, nonprofit organization to run U.S. airspace still faces strong headwinds on Capitol Hill—even with a powerful new ally. In a White House ceremony, President Donald Trump rolled out an ATC restructuring “framework” that could be incorporated into a new FAA reauthorization bill that House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) is readying to ...

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