US House Transportation Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pennsylvania) on June 21 introduced a new bill that features a revised and supposedly friendlier approach to moving air traffic control (ATC) out of the FAA and into a federally chartered, non-profit organization. In a meeting with Capitol Hill reporters before the bill was introduced, Shuster claimed newfound support from Rep. Sam Graves (R-Missouri.), one of the most prominent voices for general aviation (GA) interests in Congress. That ...

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