The Dulles International Airport Air Traffic Control Tower is seen from beneath the wing of a UPS Boeing 767-300F aircraft at Dulles International Airport in Sterling, Va., in 2016. Congress is considering legislation that would split off management of the nation’s skies from the Federal Aviation Administration and give that responsibility to an independent, nonprofit company.
The Dulles International Airport Air Traffic Control Tower is seen from beneath the wing of a UPS Boeing 767-300F aircraft at Dulles International Airport in Sterling, Va., in 2016. Congress is considering legislation that would split off management of the nation’s skies from the Federal Aviation Administration and give that responsibility to an independent, nonprofit company. Cliff Owen Associated Press file
The Dulles International Airport Air Traffic Control Tower is seen from beneath the wing of a UPS Boeing 767-300F aircraft at Dulles International Airport in Sterling, Va., in 2016. Congress is considering legislation that would split off management of the nation’s skies from the Federal Aviation Administration and give that responsibility to an independent, nonprofit company. Cliff Owen Associated Press file

FAA reform hampered by congressional micromanagement, political wrangling

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