Tag Archives: US corporatisation

White House calls for ATO spin off by 2021

The budgetary blueprint for the United States has placed ATC reform at the top of the agenda for the new administration. The White House’s fiscal … More ››

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FAA reform remains T&I committee focus

The United States’ House transportation and infrastructure committee is preparing to meet tomorrow (Wednesday, May 17) for a full committee hearing on Federal Aviation Administration … More ››

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Warranted Surveillance?

Dorothy Robyn and Kevin Neels present an economic perspective on space-based ADS-B technology. The decision earlier this year by aviation authorities to abandon the search … More ››

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US bizav state case opposing ATO spin-off

US regional business aviation groups have voiced opposition to ATC privatisation as part of the new administration’s budget proposal. “Regional groups nationwide are speaking out, … More ››

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Moving On?

Late last year, Air Traffic Management magazine’s industry commentator Bob Poole considered what the November 8 election results could mean for reform of US air traffic control. … More ››

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Trump releases US air traffic spin-off plan

US President Donald Trump has announced his intention to spin off US air traffic control within budget plans that were released on March 16. President Trump had already … More ››

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Huerta urges ‘full and honest’ NextGen review

Now is the right time to be asking critical questions over alternative approaches to modernising the US air transport system, according to the FAA chief … More ››

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‘Most significant reforms in a generation’ needed to correct US federal aviation mistakes, modernise air traffic control

The Eno Center for Transportation is calling for taking US air traffic control out of the Federal Aviation Administration in favour of either a government corporation … More ››

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NATCA prepared to fight for US airspace safety

US air traffic controller union NATCA has expressed its concern over the possible impact of a presidential freeze on hiring federal employees and the impact … More ››

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Talks launch on FAA as Sept deadline expires

The first US congressional hearing on reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will be held today — with manufacturing company leaders as well as FAA … More ››

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