Changes in US aviation policy as President George Bush transitions to President-elect Barack Obama will develop as part of a "long process" during which future priorities of the Dept. of Transportation and FAA will be debated, former US Transportation Secretary Norm Mineta said yesterday. "From a policy perspective, it's going to be a long time before we know the direction, particularly for DOT," Mineta, a Democrat who served as transportation secretary during Bush's first term, said at the ...

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