Huerta Laments Lack Of ‘Facts-Based Discussion’ In ATC Debate

Credit: Lee Ann Shay
ORLANDO—Michael Huerta, whose five-year term as FAA administrator ended in January, said the effort to spin off U.S. air traffic control (ATC) from FAA failed because it became too focused on the structure of a proposed ATC entity instead of detailing solutions for making air traffic management more...

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