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ATC Privatization Could Cost $100 Billion

ATC privatization as proposed in the 21st Century Aviation Innovation, Reform, and Reauthorization Act (H.R. 2997) would add nearly $100 billion dollars to the federaldeficit over the next 10 years.

ATC Privatization Could Cause Cascade of Cuts

The nearly $100 billion addition to the federal deficit caused by ATC privatization, as estimated by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, would force mandatory cuts across a broad swath of important federal programs, such as military retireme

White House Budget Includes $3 Billion for ATC Modernization and No Privatization

The White House 2020 budget contains $3.3 billion for air traffic control modernization, and no privatization.

ATC Privatization Fight Continues Into New Year After Memorable 2017

The coming new year will again focus general aviation’s efforts in Washington, D.C., on ATC privatization.

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.

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.

ATC Privatization Still a Threat — Get Your Chapter Involved!

As of this publication, the 21st Century Aviation Innovation, Reform, and Reauthorization Act (H.R. 2997), which includes provisions for ATC privatization, is still very much alive and gaining support on Capitol Hill.

Former Thunderbirds and Blue Angels Oppose ATC Privatization

As the threat of ATC privatization continues, six former team commanders of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and U.S. Navy Blue Angels have declared their strong opposition to the proposed legislation.
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