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ATC Privatization Myths vs. Facts

ATC Privatization Myths vs. Facts

Continuing the Fight Against ATC Privatization

Although the 21st Century Aviation Innovation, Reform, and Reauthorization Act (H.R. 2997), which includes provisions for privatization, was not passed before the House adjourned for August recess, the fight is not yet won.

Webinar-12 Myths about Stalls and Spins- Letting the Facts Fly

Rich Stowell dispels a “dirty dozen” common myths that unfortunately continue to be perpetuated during flight training. Do slow speeds really lead to stalling? Are slips really as dangerous as skids? Get the facts on these and more!

ATC Privatization: Do Your Part

EAA joined more than 30 general aviation organizations this week in sending a joint letter to Congress opposing legislation that would include ATC privatization.

ATC Privatization Experience in the U.K. Not Good

A new review shows that air traffic control privatization in the United Kingdom – often used as an example of the positive results of privatization – is actually anything but positive.

Keeping a Close Eye on ATC Privatization

EAA is closely monitoring the development of a proposal in Congress to transfer FAA Air Traffic Control (ATC) functions to a private non-profit corporation.

Keeping a Close Eye on ATC Privatization

EAA is closely monitoring the development of a proposal in Congress to transfer FAA Air Traffic Control (ATC) functions to a private non-profit corporation.

ATC Privatization Opposed by Consumer Groups

A new coalition of consumer advocacy groups calling itself Americans Against Air Traffic Privatization (AAATP) made its public debut on Tuesday.
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