Airlines urge FAA to keep NextGen on track

12/8/2011 | Hill, The

Airlines are urging the Federal Aviation Administration to keep plans for an updated air-traffic-control system on track after the resignation of FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt. Michael Huerta, deputy administrator, will take the top post. The agency plans to install NextGen technology by 2014 at large airports and in place across the U.S. by 2020.

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