FAA has named D. Kirk Shaffer as its associate administrator for airports, filling the post left vacant by the retirement of agency veteran Woodie Woodward. Shaffer will start work Jan. 8. He is currently special counsel to the managing director of the Federal Communication Commission and before that was general counsel for the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority.

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