Congress should demand answers from the FAA
from The Washington Examiner
When a federal agency has chronic problems, the causes can often be traced to a long-term lack of effective congressional oversight. That appears to be the case with the Federal Aviation Administration. Once the gold standard of competence and excellence, the FAA's reputation has been sullied in recent years by management blunders and omissions that the aviation agency has shown little willingness to correct.
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