FAA Officials Defend NextGen, Describe Program Challenges

Dulles Controller
Tower controller at Washington Dulles International Airport.
Credit: Bill Carey
WASHINGTON—The FAA has substantially completed the foundation of the $36 billion NextGen air traffic control modernization but has been challenged in distributing the benefits throughout the national airspace system (NAS), according to government and airline executives. Several government, airline...

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