Dickson To Be Nominated As Next FAA Administrator

Credit: Delta Air Lines
The White House confirmed March 19 that U.S. President Donald Trump will nominate former Delta Air Lines executive and pilot Stephen Dickson to head the FAA, ending a 15-month stretch for the agency without a permanent leader. The last permanent FAA administrator was Michael Huerta, an Obama pick...

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