The US should make the creation of a next-generation air traffic management system a rallying project that maintains the country’s position as a global leader in the aerospace industry, Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA) president and CEO Jim Albaugh said Tuesday. Speaking at the Aero Club in Washington, Albaugh said he feared the US aerospace industry faced “an intellectual disarmament” as its skilled workforce retired, became unemployed, or moved to other countries ...

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