American Airlines chairman and CEO Doug Parker told Congress that US airlines favor moving US air traffic control (ATC) to “a commercialized, non-profit type governance structure.” During testimony Tuesday at a House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee hearing on ATC reform, Parker, speaking on behalf of Airlines for America (A4A), said FAA is structurally ill-suited to operating ATC and suggested ATC management should be moved out from under the ...

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