The White House confirmed March 19 that US President Donald Trump will nominate former Delta Air Lines executive and pilot Stephen Dickson to head the FAA, ending a 15-month stretch for the agency without a permanent leader. The last permanent FAA administrator was Michael Huerta, an Obama pick who stepped down in January 2018 when his term expired. Since then, acting administrator Daniel Elwell, who was formerly deputy administrator under Huerta, has been heading the agency on a temporary ...

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