Wash. Mayor: Privatizing ATC Would Be Bad for Rural Communities
July 19, 2017
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  • Glenn Johnson is mayor of Pullman, Wash., a member of the Alliance for Aviation Across America and the chairman of the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport’s board of directors. He is also an outspoken critic of a proposal to privatize US air traffic control: “There’s a lot of us, especially in smaller communities, rural communities, those of us who know the importance of business aviation, those who know the importance of general aviation that believe it’s a very bad idea,” he said.