WASHINGTON—Revelations of a second whistleblower allegation of management retaliation during Steve Dickson’s tenure as Delta Air Lines SVP-flight operations are further complicating his once-clear path to head the FAA. News of the latest whistleblower allegation was first reported June 11 by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. The complaint was brought by former Delta pilot Karl Seuring, who flew for the airline for more than 30 years until he was fired in 2016, several months ...

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