The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) does an exceptional job regulating aviation safety. It does an exceptionally poor job managing complex technical projects. That should come as no surprise, as these complex challenges require fundamentally different skill sets. Unfortunately, both challenges must be met for the U.S. to maintain its lead in global aviation, and this is why Congress should embrace changes, proposed by Bill Shuster, that would establish a federally chartered, not-for-profit corporation to manage air traffic control—the technological core of our National Airsp…
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