U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.), who is pushing a proposal to move air traffic control (ATC) out of the FAA, plans to amend his controversial bill this month to make sure no federal appropriations would go toward a proposed nongovernment, nonprofit ATC entity. “The new corporation will not receive any federal appropriations or backing of the federal government,” Shuster said in a House floor speech Oct. 3. “To make this point ...

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