The U.S. Commerce Committee voted along party lines on July 10 to advance Steve Dickson’s nomination to head the FAA. The vote set the stage for a Senate floor showdown over whistleblower allegations that surfaced recently regarding his tenure as Delta Air Lines senior vice president-flight operations. Dickson’s path to the helm of the FAA has been complicated by revelations of a whistleblower lawsuit alleging retaliation against a first officer that took place during his time ...

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