Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) president Greg Principato warned that the US is “at risk [of] being turned into a feeder system for the global aviation network” because its infrastructure is falling behind much of the rest of the world. Speaking Monday at the opening of the ACI-NA/World Conference and Exhibition in Calgary, Principato said “disheartening” US government policies greatly restrict the ability of airports to fund needed expansion ...

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