The union said it shares the administration’s commitments to infrastructure modernization and a “stable, predictable funding stream” for the national airspace.
The administration is outlining its plan to Congress, which will face the question of how to fund and structure the nation's air traffic control system as a key issue during another congressional fight over FAA reauthorization, with the FAA's spending authority expiring Sept. 30.
Delta Air Lines in a written statement said it “looks forward to working with the Administration and Congress on our shared goal of modernizing U.S. airspace.”
“We remain committed to working together to identify ways to reduce delays, improve efficiency, and enhance airline performance while maximizing safety and minimizing costs,” said Delta spokeswoman Elizabeth Wolf in a written statement.
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