Dallas/Fort Worth-based American Airlines CEO Doug Parker expressed disappointment with Congress’ decision this week to shelve spinning off US air traffic management (ATC) from the FAA.  “We had our solution, which was to take ATC out of the government and into a not-for-profit corporation. [But] that idea is not going to be in Congress’ [FAA reauthorization] bill. They don’t want to do that ... Basically what the government is saying is this function we have ...

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