FAA Nominee Defends Delta Tenure During Whistleblower Case

WASHINGTON—Steve Dickson, the nominee to be the next permanent administrator of the FAA, is defending his decision to not disclose to federal lawmakers a lawsuit alleging whistleblower retaliation in which he was deposed during his tenure as Delta Air Lines SVP-flight operations.In written responses...

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