The recent shift in political power in the US Congress is unlikely to create a wave of change in the Senate and House committees that handle aviation issues, according to staff members who spoke yesterday at a Washington luncheon sponsored by the International Aviation Club. While committee assignments will change over the next two months, the perennial issues such as funding, security and air traffic control modernization will be the same for the new leaders of bodies such as the Senate ...

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