Former FAA Administrator Langhorne Bond Dies At 84
Langhorne Bond, a former FAA administrator whose focus on safety extended far beyond aviation, died Jan. 29 in Marshall, Va. He was 84. Bond led the FAA from 1977-1981, a period that included the 37-day grounding of the McDonnell-Douglas DC-10 following the May 1979 accident involving American...
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