FAA Faces Challenging Transition After Dickson’s Departure

FAA Administrator Steve Dickson
Steve Dickson has led the FAA through the pandemic and helped reset its relationship with Boeing.
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FAA Administrator Steve Dickson’s unexpected decision to leave the agency at the end of March saddles his successor with several high-profile safety issues that are facing critical near-term milestones. Dickson announced on Feb. 16 that he will leave effective March 31, roughly halfway through his...

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