The full spectrum of the news media, a number of think tanks and a wide variety of bloggers have commented on the FAA’s use of a Biological Assessment in recruiting controllers. Some of the critiques…Read More
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Dan Elwell, whose experience makes him well suited for this position, was selected to be the next FAA Deputy Administrator.
President Trump is calling for the separation of Air Traffic Control (ATC) from the FAA. This is the beginning of a legislative marathon.
These FAA jobs need to be filled, but creating incumbents before the Administrator’s replacement puts the FAA’s next leader in a difficult situation.
President Trump’s executive order on regulation reduction, the “two-for-one” rule, hit the FAA who issued its own request from the public for candidates for elimination.
President Trump insinuated that his aircraft’s chief pilot would be the next FAA Administrator, but running the FAA is a job demanding more than excellent piloting skills, particularly with the Executive Challenges of completing NextGen.