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Key Questions About Move To Privatize Air Traffic Control

June 6, 2017, Law360

Jack Schenendorf is quoted in a Law360 article regarding questions that Congress will have to answer when tackling air traffic control reform. Commenting on who is going to pay for the new ATC entity, Schenendorf remarks, "The only entities that would not have to pay in are the federal entities using the system, so they say everyone should contribute something to use the system, but then they carve out themselves." He says, “That will need to be looked at.”

Schenendorf adds that there are a lot of legislative options, but any ATC reform would need to have buy-in from both Democrats and Republicans to make it work. “My instincts are this is so big and so important that if Congress were able to put it together, and it has to be done right, they really could move the ATC out of the FAA,” he says.

 

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