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Feds take yet another stab at LaGuardia delays, congestion

Little airport, big problem, bigger solution: the FAA, the DOT and New York’s LaGuardia

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Sturgell’s says farewell, try to be realistic

Bobby on blivets, or Sturgell urges sanity

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Airline ‘passenger rights’ still in a holding pattern

No flyers’ bill of rights in latest FAA extension.

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FAA, New York, airports, all in slot solution suit

Showdown looms between the feds and New York, airlines over landing slot auctions.

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FAA isn’t yielding on major fines

The FAA stays tough, pushes for record fines.

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Diverted flight, missed vote. Conspiracy?

Their flight diverted, seven Members of Congress miss a vote – on aviation safety

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At the airport, kiss-kiss, bang-bang? Atlanta acts on guns

The world’s busiest airport says that no, you can’t just bring that gun.

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Passenger rights, labor wrongs in FAA measure

The airline passenger bill of rights is back – and organized labor must love it.

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FAA resignation demanded – again

Kevin Mitchell again readies the call for Bobby Sturgell’s head.

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FAA bill’s last chance?

The FAA bill faces its last chance of passage tomorrow.

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