The conflict over management of the US air traffic control (ATC) system is back in full swing. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee chairman Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pennsylvania) is trying to consolidate support for his plan to put an independent not-for-profit corporation in charge of ATC, paid for by user fees. Shuster, whose plan has support from US President Donald Trump, said even though FAA’s NextGen ATC modernization effort is showing signs of progress, it is ...

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