Coyne To Leave NATA At End Of 2012

James Coyne, the former congressman who has led the National Air Transportation Association for 18 years, is leaving the association at the end of this year. Coyne issued a notice to NATA members last week, saying the “board of directors and I have decided that 2012 will be my last year as president...

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