For years, the aviation industry and Congress have talked about the need to address how the U.S. delivers air traffic services. Recently, the House of Representatives abandoned a two-year effort to separate air traffic control from the FAA and to create an air traffic services entity, governed by aviation stakeholders and outside of government, to run the system.  The approach chosen by the House was controversial, and aviation stakeholders were sharply divided on its merits. At times, ...

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