Shuster Retirement Could Aid FAA, Airport Boosters

Credit: U.S. House of Representatives
A retirement decision by a key congressman who has been pushing so-called privatization of the U.S. air traffic control (ATC) system may spell the demise of that effort, to the relief of airports, aircraft manufacturers and even the FAA. House Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Bill Shuster...

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