New Jersey senators block FAA nominee

Two senators have placed the nomination of Bobby Sturgell for FAA administrator on hold, citing concerns about recent near misses, runway incursions, and the wave of retirements of experienced air-traffic controllers. The move by Sens. Robert Menendez and Frank Lautenberg, both Democrats from New Jersey, will complicate efforts to upgrade the air traffic control system and ease congestion.

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