The Feb. 12 release of the Trump administration’s federal budget proposal for the US government’s 2019 fiscal year (FY19), which starts Oct. 1, 2018, will provide insight into how much of a priority spinning off US air traffic control (ATC) from FAA still is for President Donald Trump. The administration used the FY18 budget proposal released last year to officially go on the record supporting an ATC reform plan that largely echoed the legislative efforts of Rep. Bill Shuster ...

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