Unintended consequences

Aarons, Richard N.
November 1995
Business & Commercial Aviation;Nov95, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p7
Trade Publication
Opinion. Comments on Senate Bill 1232 that would reform the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Limitations of the measure proposed by Senator John McCain in strengthening the authority of the FAA administrator in day-to-day operational matters; Problems within the FAA; Debate over who pays what for the air traffic control (ATC) system.


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