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“Advocates describe [Air Traffic Control] privatization as a cure-all for what ails the FAA. But the truth is that it carries serious risk, offers speculative benefits, and is not necessary.” That’s...
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Travelers could have to cover 20-29 percent higher costs if the U.S. moves to a private ATC organization funded through “user fees.”
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Below is a study by Delta Air Lines and released Feb. 1 on the costs of privatizing air traffic control on passengers.
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Delta will continue operating five daily flights between Dallas Love Field and Atlanta, after a federal judge's ruling Friday.
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Delta’s position against privatizing the Air Traffic Organization – which provides air navigation services across the U.S – is poised to gain support this week as a new Op-Ed featured in Crain’s New...
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Delta will present at the UBS Industrials and Transportation Conference at 12:45 p.m. ET on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015. A live webcast of this event can be accessed via the internet at: https://cc...
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Delta’s decision to cancel its Atlanta-Dubai service has been under the microscope in recent days. Executive Peter Carter responds.
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Delta would have no complaint competing with Gulf airlines if they weren’t accepting massive government subsidies that have distorted the competitive landscape, a Delta executive said today in an...
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Delta has notified Airlines for America that it plans to leave the trade group next year. In a statement, the airline said “the $5 million that Delta pays in annual dues to A4A can be better used to...
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For years, the FAA, U.S. airlines and other aviation industry stakeholders have been working together to make U.S. airspace more efficient, with a goal of reducing delays, improving traffic flows and...

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