An alphabet soup of aviation interest groups testified yesterday before the US Congress on future funding for FAA and the air traffic control system, but organizations representing airlines, airports, air traffic controllers, corporate and general aviation disagree widely over whether the current funding mechanism is in trouble and if so, how it should be fixed. According to a new study from the Reason Foundation, a libertarian think tank, the ATC system, which now operates within the FAA ...

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